I know that instructor Claudia Lezell, she could run the whole thing with the knowledge she has.
At a training they got like the sill foam from framing on the concrete and wrapped that around the grinder twice to seal off the dust.
We have done that also, go to the kitchen and get the baking soda. Wonder why they couldn't find it the next time they needed it.
Install with epoxy adhesive? Sounds like rubber flooring.
I see tiles like that lined up a lot which even looks stupider.
That won't work here. Freezing moves slabs here.
Well the Plum creek strip was junk, delaminating plys and straightened pins a lot. Too soft of wood the pins set in, its much better now.
Zig zag style, must be a new term.
Get the oil based kilz, not the water based.
Good test for the product. I have a garage job with the same issue that the owner wants it coated. The one thing that bothered me was a cold...
You guys don't sleep enough. I was up working on a commercial kitchen floor all day and night and went to bed at 5:30 am.
Look at the XL flooring, tile and planks. Great product. Also a new product coming that is a vinyl poured floor, seamless and self leveling....
Brandon, tools4floors is carrying Clarke vacuums and has a couple that would work. Here is the link Dust Collectors | Tools4Flooring.com