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Old 07-29-2012, 01:44 AM  
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What about using a garden sprayer?


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You may also want to consider interlocking basement floor tiles. They are quite easy to install and it is a good fast option.

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Marvin: Looks good, what is it made of?
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Marvin: Looks good, what is it made of?
The garage floor tiles we manufacture are made out of high-impact polypropylene (high-impact plastic). There are other manufacturers t hat make them out of flexible pvc (aka rubber). We use polypropylene in order to make the garage tiles with a grid underneath for air and water flow. This prevents mold growth. The added benefit to polypropylene is that it makes the tiles very easy to clean and for the most part stain resistant.
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I have heard laminate can cause problems link to article.


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