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While I have been at Founder's Circle I have been having the floor of my studio refinished. When we converted the garage I can't even remember how long ago…over 10 years I know that much. We had to raise the floor to make it level, we used color concrete so it looked a bit better, we could not afford to do anything fancy plus didn't want to have to wory about ink pads falling on the floor and staining whatever we did put down.
A month ago the Pork Shop by my house (the best fresh pork ever..say hi to Jason when you go in) recently added on to their shop and when we went in to check it out I loved the floor, so we contacted the guy and voila' me being at Founder's Circle was perfect timing as everything that was not attached to the walls had to be removed while it was being done.
This is the floor before.
Everything is covered in plastic cause of the dust, they have to sand the floor to remove the seal and expose the concrete or something.
You can see the difference between the non sanded and sanded…almost done.
Sucking up the dust and blowing it out the door.
Filling up the cracks, looks like there was a lot eh?
All done. Now to wait for it to set/cure/whatever it has to do and then we can move…ok Jeff and Eric will move the furniture back in. I can't wait to see it.
Just waiting for my shuttle and then I am on my way home today.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.
Julie Tech says
HEY DI, sure looks good!!
Mary Beth Krakowski says
That is just beautiful! I have a concrete floor in my workshop also, thinking,,, hmmmm….. We have to re-do a bathroom first.
Your floor looks beautiful! Gives you a reason to be excited to get back home! Hope you had a great time at Founders, looks like you did!