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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleye View Post
    I did this ^^^ at my last place and it was a PITA taking everything out...cleaning the floor. Coating everything, then putting it all back. I also failed to adequately get old stains off the floor first which meant it pulled up in a few spots in the first few months. Overall I was happy with it but am happier that my new place already has it done!
    Best way to get the stains out is to rent a diamond concrete grinder and grind off the top layer for a perfect surface


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven32 View Post
    Best way to get the stains out is to rent a diamond concrete grinder and grind off the top layer for a perfect surface


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    Agreed, at the time I didn’t know that was a thing.

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    Hmmm, you guys are giving me ideas....that I wont be able to afford because I'm house-poor


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    Finally snapped a few pics to show how I've organized in my new garage.

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    Looking good brother.


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    Re: Must-haves for a garage setup

    As a subaru owner, besides having basic tools I suggest you also have like a mini closet with some subaru items that usually gets damage.


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    Just revisited this thread. Wow, how much I'm lacking. Our garage is exactly two car widths + about 3 feet. So my car's passenger door is inoperable, every other door you can squeeze into. And it's car length + 3 feet as well. So unless you're perfect at getting the bumper barely inside, you're left with about ~2 feet, or enough to squeeze by to get to the 2nd car. Sooooo, all my dreams are out the window


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    I've seen garages like that. Does make one wonder what the original owners drove, if they went cheap on building it, or if permitting didn't allow for more. With the cost of everything around DC I'm guessing it was a space/initial build cost issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleye View Post
    I've seen garages like that. Does make one wonder what the original owners drove, if they went cheap on building it, or if permitting didn't allow for more. With the cost of everything around DC I'm guessing it was a space/initial build cost issue?
    Bigger garage = less lawn. Our lawn is already tiny!


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    Less yard = less mowing and more space for car things

    C'mon man you didn't buy a house in that area for the yard space did you? haha

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