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post #1 of Old 07-19-2006, 01:06 PM Thread Starter
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A few pics

OK, this forum doesn't seem to be taking off so I thought I would post some pics of a job I did recently.

It's a rerun from another forum but some of you might not have seen them.

You guys that do floors- Post some pics!
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post #2 of Old 07-19-2006, 01:15 PM
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Very nice shine... who moved all the stuff?

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The contractor was supposed to have it all moved.
That's me in the background on one of the pics. I helped the ceiling buy move all his material, kicked him out, and billed the contractor and exhorbitant amount for my labor.

I have another job to do for him next week.
I hope he gets his stuff moved....
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billed the contractor and exhorbitant amount for my labor.
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I have another job to do for him next week.
I hope he gets his stuff moved....
Maybe you dont' want him to move his stuff if you can charge him a ton again.

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OK, this forum doesn't seem to be taking off so I thought I would post some pics of a job I did recently.
I wouldn't say it's not taking off. It takes a while for these forums to get going and I have been out the last few days with my wife being sick which doesn't help either.

Don't worry, we are growing a lot faster than most forums that are this young. Believe me.

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I wouldn't say it's not taking off. It takes a while for these forums to get going and I have been out the last few days with my wife being sick which doesn't help either.

Don't worry, we are growing a lot faster than most forums that are this young. Believe me.
I was referring specifically to the Floor Care sub-forum.
I should have been more specific.
I wasn't calling your baby 'Ugly'!

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I wasn't calling you baby 'Ugly'!
Good... because I think its kind of nice in a ugly sort of way

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I was referring specifically to the Floor Care sub-forum.
BTW, I totally agree. We need a lot more interior cleaning people here I just haven't figured out how to get a hold of them yet.

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I don't think that a lot of them have electricity.

/me ducks....
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Nice looking floor Thad the reflection from the lights are blinding me!

It makes me want to run and do a head first slide right down the middle

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Nice looking floor Thad the reflection from the lights are blinding me!

It makes me want to run and do a head first slide right down the middle
Yeah, well it's only wet look.
Resist the urge.
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Thad did you seal the floor and then finish it or were you using a wet finish wax onley. i have added inside floor finish to my buisness.
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I used a self-sealing, high solids, non-metal interlock finish.
And put a lil' spit in it.
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Thank you, I have learned to do floors when in the military 20-sum years back. I am a little suprized at how much has changed to get the final outcome. Mostly is that everyone wants you to use those high priced high speed equipment if you get their contract.
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I used a self-sealing, high solids, non-metal interlock finish.
And put a lil' spit in it.
What brand/product of wax did you use? What is your method (how many layers)?

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I used 4 coats of a private label finish made by Snee Chemical in New Orleans.
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