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Costco: MotoFloor Modular Garage Flooring Tiles 48 square feet per Box 1' x 1' Tiles $89.99 + Free Shipping

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Costco [costco.com] has Modular Garage Flooring Tiles 48 square feet per Box 1' x 1' Tiles on sale for $89.99. Shipping is free.

Note: This product is backordered, and is expected to ship between 10/21/2020 and 10/23/2020.

$50 manufacturer's savings is valid 9/24/20 through 10/19/20. While supplies last. Limit 15 per member.

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Product Details:
  • 48sq Feet per Box
  • Use Flooring Calculator on website to determine the number of boxes needed
  • Patented multi-purpose floor system designed to give you a clean professional garage
  • Made from high impact copolymer
  • Built to handle extreme rolling loads
  • Engineered to withstand tough mechanical environments
  • Resistant to oil, grease, petroleum, antifreeze and most household chemicals
  • Easy to set-up, simply snap together to make any size floor
  • Individual tile dimensions: 1' W x 1' L x 1/2" H

$50 manufacturer's savings is valid 9/24/20 through 10/19/20. While supplies last. Limit 15 per member.

https://www.costco.com/MotoFloor-...09181.html
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I wonder if I can use this for gym floor mat. I have unfinished concrete floor. 1/2" should be ok for my need... hm......
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I wonder if I can use this for gym floor mat. I have unfinished concrete floor. 1/2" should be ok for my need... hm......
I was thinking the same thing only over tile
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I wonder if I can use this for gym floor mat. I have unfinished concrete floor. 1/2" should be ok for my need... hm......
Durable, Multi-Purpose Floor System
Designed to give you a clean professional work environment that can withstand tough mechanical environments. It is resistant to oil, grease, petroleum, antifreeze and resistant to most household chemicals. Great for garages, sheds, basements, shops, retail displays or anywhere tough flooring is needed. Easy to set up and maintain.
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Can you use a floor jack and jack stands on flooring like this safely? Been thinking about doing my garage flooring one way or the other.
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Thanks OP. Does anyone here have this installed? I think I might prefer doing the Rustoleum garage epoxy kit instead as it is a total seal and I won't have to worry about imperfect leveling in the concrete causing tile gaps or ridges, or sharp tool drops/heaving shelving causing unrepairable blemishes in tiles.
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Could these be used as pavers for a shed?
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I wonder if I can use this for gym floor mat. I have unfinished concrete floor. 1/2" should be ok for my need... hm......
ever hear about these...
4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Thick Rubber Stall Mat
https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc...at-2219003
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I have the Race Deck garage tiles which look very similar to these. I've had them for about 14 years.

They look awesome, but if you do much work in your garage I'd recommend an epoxy finish.

These are really hard to roll around on a creeper/seat. You get stuck constantly. They don't hold up well to jack stands unless you use some kind of puck under them. I also have a Bendpac lift and it chews these tiles up when raising and lowering your car.

And any fluid spill or leak you have will immediately seep through the cracks to the concrete underneath, making it impossible to clean up.

I used to drag them out of the garage in sections each year to power wash and clean underneath but haven't in ten years because it's a huge hassle. Next time they come out they won't be going back in.

As far as for a gym, in my experience they would be far too brittle to do any type of heavy lifting that involves dropping the weights. Deadlifts would be a hard no.

I'd look at horse stall mats for a cheap option in that area.
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Thanks OP. Does anyone here have this installed? I think I might prefer doing the Rustoleum garage epoxy kit instead as it is a total seal and I won't have to worry about imperfect leveling in the concrete causing tile gaps or ridges, or sharp tool drops/heaving shelving causing unrepairable blemishes in tiles.
Sort the (epoxy) reviews by Lowest and you may change your mind.
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Sort the (epoxy) reviews by Lowest and you may change your mind.
Yeh, I've read those but I've also seen a few finished floors in person as well that have turned out amazing so I chalk up the differences to those who were prepping & applying it correctly and those who did not (but claim they did). It's certainly not an easy job, there are a few YouTube videos I've seen that go through it the right way and it's definitely a multi-day weather-dependent process to get it right.
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Thanks OP. Does anyone here have this installed? I think I might prefer doing the Rustoleum garage epoxy kit instead as it is a total seal and I won't have to worry about imperfect leveling in the concrete causing tile gaps or ridges, or sharp tool drops/heaving shelving causing unrepairable blemishes in tiles.
Prep work is the key if you're looking to do any sort of epoxy/seal in your garage. If you have the tools, time, and patience to get the prep work right, then a DIY solution will work for you.

I've considered garage tiles many times in the past but I think there are too many cons to justify them. As another person pointed out, go with an epoxy if you really want to do something to your garage floors.
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ever hear about these...
4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Thick Rubber Stall Mat
https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc...at-2219003
been sold out for the last 3 months in my area. Nor Cal. :[
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ever hear about these...
4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Thick Rubber Stall Mat
https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc...at-2219003
I wish, I'd buy 200 sq feet in a second if I could find this.

I wouldn't use this garage flooring for a gym, better off waiting for rubber.

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Prep work is the key if you're looking to do any sort of epoxy/seal in your garage. If you have the tools, time, and patience to get the prep work right, then a DIY solution will work for you.

I've considered garage tiles many times in the past but I think there are too many cons to justify them. As another person pointed out, go with an epoxy if you really want to do something to your garage floors.
I plan on doing the Epoxy flooring but am a bit split on whether or not to have someone else do it. I doubt I'd use the rustoleum kits, seems like there are better products out there.

It's all in the prep work! Need to fully remove all junk from the concrete, repair it all, diamond-grind it, clean it to where you are willing to lick off of it, then you can apply it
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