On Tue, 10 Oct 2000, Eric Murray wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 10, 2000 at 02:59:19PM -0400, Timothy R. Hoerning wrote:
> > The main purpose of the shed is for storing motorcycles, so it needs to
> > be something that will be okay with tires. The only covering I found at
> > Home Depot which was safe for tires was Behr garage floor paint. Of course
> > this is only meant to got on a concrete floor (and specifically says not to
> > apply to wood). The deck coatings are good for wood but say not to leave
> > in contact with tires.
> Hmm. I wonder wny not?
I don't really know. I'm guessing the chemicals in the desk treatment
don't react well with the rubber compounds. The last time I looked I could
find this warning again, but I saw it the first time.
> Linoleum or vinyl tiles?
Wouldn't those be slippery when wet? I've though about them, but was
worried abour the slippery ness. Linoleum would be quick and easy to put
> You can probably scrounge some recycled stuff from
> someone's kitchen remodel project.
Great idea! You've picked up on the spirit of this project. I'm trying
to use as much recycled material as possible.
> Another option is rubber mats. They're nicer to stand on but
> more expensive.
I saw rubber tiles at HD, but that would cost several hundred dollars.
Where would I look for rubber mats?