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    "The bitches, are wet" Sketchy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by F3ARED View Post
    Any idea when it starts?
    Saturday. I stopped in yesterday just in case they'd laid a few tins out but no dice.
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    80mm of penetration isn't bad, i wish i had that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shonky View Post
    Does it go off if say I don't use it for a year or two? I'll have to pull down all my Rack It stuff which will take some motivation....
    Not really - it's a 2-pack epoxy and even though water based tends to have a pretty long shelf life. Just give the Part A a good stir before using.

    The down side of these packs vs buying a similar product in a paint store is only that you don't get any colour choice, its AS2700 N23 Neutral Grey. The up side is that you get the concrete etchant included and it comes in a natty box with instructions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    Saturday. I stopped in yesterday just in case they'd laid a few tins out but no dice.
    Cheers mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumpy View Post
    They're so cheap you'd be mad not to. There's 4L in total of epoxy (when you mix A and B) in each pack. That 32 sqm per pack is really at maximum coverage (16m2/L, x 2 coats). You usually thin the first coat out a little to soak in better but still for a more generous coverage bank on closer to 12m2/L.
    So how many tins would be requires to do 120m2?
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    2 coats of 120m2? So in reality 240m2?

    The kits are 4Lt so to do it on the generous side of 12m2/L is 5 kits.

    Going by the pack instructions of 16m2/L is ~4 kits.
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    At that price, we'll get 6
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    And for shed wall painting, I recommend and use pf services.

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    How does the rustoleum epoxy stuff handle steel wheels (engine crane/stand)? Probably best to get some nylon castors I guess?

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    haven't seen any wear yet - but ive only hung the hoist off the engine hoist... and moved it around.
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    Valid question actually for the Aldi Wattyl gear, has anyone actually used it and then given it some abuse in a typical car enthusiasts garage with oil spills, engine cranes and tools thrown about in disgust at yet another fucked Z32 piece of shit destroying your life and sanity?
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    I bought 3 of the Wattyl satin kits from Aldi at the sale. Used 2 yesterday on my 6x12m shed (other one is for the garage on the house). The etching/wash seemed a bit thin across the ground and wouldn't shift some stains. Has come up alright but the patchy finish is due to the operator (first time using a roller). The first quarter of the shed is a bit average because my roller tray was too small and wasn't getting good coverage on the roller. Once the nopics raced to the hardware and grabbed a bigger tray morale and uniformity improved. Looks shit hot where I had a shit ton on the roller or did a second coat with the leftovers. Other parts look a bit meh and really needs a second coat. But at the end of the day it's quite an improvement over the bare concrete and I probably won't care once there's cars parked on it.

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    the saw cuts in my floor that i filled and painted over have cracked - as the paint guy told me they probably would - the cracks are less annoying than the slots... bfw.
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    What did you fill with. A good epoxy shouldn't shrink enough to crack
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSRman View Post
    the saw cuts in my floor that i filled and painted over have cracked - as the paint guy told me they probably would - the cracks are less annoying than the slots... bfw.
    All the cracks in my slab were cut and filled and still show no signs of cracking 5 years later. But my slab is pretty stable overall. Any signs of movement in the slab as if it's still moving, cracks will appear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Broadhurst View Post
    What did you fill with. A good epoxy shouldn't shrink enough to crack
    The rustoleum specific 'use this expensive one'

    it's a big slab - im not upset about it - just posting it as information.
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