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Unread 2017-08-30, 10:37 AM   #6
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The prep and the clear coat are key in getting it to work well in the garage. I did mine years ago and it still looks pretty darn good. The only damage has came from weighted metal objects (snow blade, motorcycle kickstand, etc.) that drag on it.

I took a long weekend to do my garage, and did it in halves (move everything to one side, do it, then switch). The downside to that, is even though I had two identical kits, I can see a slight color difference between them.

The last bit of advice, for the garage at least, is use the anti-slip sand in the kit. The clear gets extremely slippery when wet.
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