CONCRETE FLOOR GRINDER - FLOOR GRINDER


Concrete floor grinder - Replace subfloor in bathroom - Floors wooden



Concrete Floor Grinder





concrete floor grinder






    concrete floor
  • We use 3500 psi concrete with fibermesh reinforcement, vapor barrier, and expansion joints.  We also offer aprons, sidewalks, and other concrete you need poured while the truck is there.





    grinder
  • molar: grinding tooth with a broad crown; located behind the premolars

  • A machine used for grinding something

  • A person employed to grind cutlery, tools, or cereals

  • bomber: a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States

  • A molar tooth

  • mill: machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing











concrete floor grinder - EDCO 19161




EDCO 19161 Turbo Grinder Accessory White Abrasive Concrete Disc


EDCO 19161 Turbo Grinder Accessory White Abrasive Concrete Disc



This 10" White diamond disc can be used wet or dry. The 10" turbo grinder works 4 to 5 times faster than conventional floor grinders and are designed for high production. The life expectancy of a disc depends on the material being removed. This green/general purpose concrete disc has a grit rating of 30-40 grit with a medium-hard bond that is used for abrasive applications. It's ideal for fast grinding of rough, uneven slab surfaces, as well as grinding 1/8" to 1/4" and leaving a smooth finish to the surface.










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Brooder inside.Year 2006




Brooder inside.Year 2006





This is a plastic Rodant Hutch, with snake mesh over wire lid, to keep mice out.Infared ceramic globe on a thermostat ( see probe (have been told without a thermostat ,cardboard brooders have cought fire), in front of white chick, available from pet shops who sell snake accesories),supplies heat only,no light, to allow chicks to learn to sleep at night. This prevents night time crowing in Roos!.Rubber shelf matting 2 layers with a piece of snake mesh cut to fit, with cleats of wood stapled to the under side to keep it off the floor of the brooder to aid air circulation and aid drying of the manure . Two top layers changed dayly.Small auto drinker to stop them drowning or getting too wet. Use a jar lid or shallow egg cup first 24 hrs.Dip beak in water after removing from hatcher. medicated chick starter on tissue at first ,until they learn what food is. These chick were imports back in 2006.Individuals with a disirable atribute to pass on were kept, for breeding.Non of these whites were kept.Chicks have short legs and body, with feathers down side of legs, and middle toe feathering, black or dark eyes, and beaks, and some with large Cone Heads.Some colours ie. Clear Buff chicks, are on a .eWh/eWh base, have lighter feet when first hatch, but they colour up within 24 hrs.If buff coloured chicks have dark lines on their coat or dark feet and legs ie.' Wild Type'when first hatched , then they are not true clear buff and will have dark tails and wings,when they mature.Putting black birds to the coloured birds doesn't make them a pure bred silkie, it only changes the base the colour is made from, and you end up back to square one, with no good coloured chicks.As the silkie becomes more pure bred the mulberry colouring of the silkie becomes more pronounced.As it is the length of silk ie the width and fineness of the feather that makes the silkie not the dark comb, if you want colour you have to use other than black base.Eye colour and beak colour goes with the colour pigment of the feathers. Dark eye colour being dominent over light. Skin and beak colour darkens on Wheaten based birds as they mature.
They are kept inside for four weeks. then go out to a higher brooder in the nursery, that still has the thermostat ceramic globe set up, for another 2-3 weeks.They are kept in cages of the ground until 6mths of age, then yarded separately from the hens on concrete,until they are laying. Birds that have escaped and mixed with the older birds, outside, are noticably backward, in their growth and plumage, as they require grower mix until laying.Genetics is only part of it . If they are not fed and housed correctly, they never reach potentual.Silkies are heavy layers and require higher protien diet. All of these chicks were hand hatched, otherwise they wouldn't be here! After travelling,without help only about 3-4 out of 4 doz would hatch and survive. With Hand hatching they all survive, with the correct equipement and food follow up! I learnt to do this before ordering eggs from interstate,and worked out what temp they needed to get started after travelling.So I wasn't experimenting with bought eggs.
Receintly I have made a duckboard 'type frame covered with snakemesh,stapled on. To allow the rubber matting cover to dry out , Saves having to change the mat twice a day as they get bigger, preventing manure covered toes.I have also found ,grinding the chickcrumbles in a coffee grinder , helps keep them dryer, as the big chick crumbles make them thursty, resulting in more wet poos.











Safety Alert Gas Explosion Barhale




Safety Alert Gas Explosion Barhale





ALSO consider the effect of capping foam concrete with a reactive metal sheet?

On 21st August whilst Barhale operatives were in the process of cutting hand-railing as part of a decommissioning activity in a pumping station, an explosion occurred, injuring two operatives. Both injured parties were taken to hospital and treated for fractures to the ankle and foot.
The decommissioning phase required placement of foam concrete infill into an existing dry well (inside building) and wet well (outside building) The dry well infill had extended beneath an existing solid metal floor which both injured parties were standing on at the time of the incident.
The investigation into the root cause is still ongoing but it is suspected that the likely cause was as a direct result of hydrogen gas produced from the foam concrete. The gas appears to have built up beneath the metal flooring overnight. The gas is thought to have been ignited by spark created by a grinder.
The foam concrete mixture contained IBA (Incinerator Bottom Ash) which after investigation and research is likely to produce hydrogen gas. Aluminium metal particles present in the IBA react with the water and cement contents of the concrete to generate hydrogen, the volume of hydrogen produced being proportional to the quantity of aluminium metal being present in the IBA.

Early learning points:

•The use of foam concrete containing IBA is no longer permitted within Barhale. Only foam concrete using inert materials will be permitted.

•You must contact your Supplier for clarification and assurance of its safety, if you are unsure of the ingredients used in specified mixes.

Safety Alert 09/09 Please display until 31/12/09

For further information please contact Andy Dodman (Health & Safety Dept) on 07903 882329

•Examples of inert materials used in foam mix designs include sand, gravel or crushed stone. Always seek confirmation from the supplier that the materials used are inert and will not produce gas emissions when mixed.










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DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME FLOOR PLANS. DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE


DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME FLOOR PLANS. FLOORING WHOLESALE PRICES



Double Wide Mobile Home Floor Plans





double wide mobile home floor plans






    double wide
  • Mobile homes or static caravans (also informally called "caravans" or "trailers") are prefabricated homes built in factories, rather than on site, and then taken to the place where they will be occupied.

  • A box that is twice as wide as a ten frame box. 32 1/2" wide.

  • (of a semipermanent mobile home) Consisting of two separate units connected on site

  • Double Wide is rock/rap artist Uncle Kracker's debut album. It was released on Lava Records. The CRIA certified it platinum in August 2001.





    mobile home
  • a large house trailer that can be connected to utilities and can be parked in one place and used as permanent housing

  • A large house trailer that is parked in one particular place and used as a permanent living accommodation

  • Mobile Home is the second and final album by Longpigs, released in 1999 on U2's record label Mother.

  • Mobile homes or static caravans (also informally called "caravans" or "trailers") are prefabricated homes built in factories, rather than on site, and then taken to the place where they will be occupied.





    floor plans
  • A scale diagram of the arrangement of rooms in one story of a building

  • (floor plan) scale drawing of a horizontal section through a building at a given level; contrasts with elevation

  • (Floor planning) Floorplanning is the act of designing of a floorplan, which is a kind of bird's-eye view of a structure.

  • In architecture and building engineering, a floor plan, or floorplan, is a diagram, usually to scale, showing the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure.











66-08 Forest Avenue (aka 679 Grandview Avenue)




66-08 Forest Avenue (aka 679 Grandview Avenue)





Ridgewood, Queens, New York City, New York, United States

Southeast (Korean Street, Shown in this photograph) elevation: Two bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, ambercolored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; amber brick pilasters with carved limestone capitals; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with semi-circular pediment with sunburst motif. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; non-historic paired doors with grills and brick infill at ground floor; large East (Forest Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; oneover- one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; bluestone quoins and band course at base; tanpainted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and non-historic fenestration replace storefronts at ground floor; non-historic metal grilles at windows and doors at ground floor; electrical conduit at facade; large sign in sixth and seventh bays at ground floor.

Southwest (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; cast-stone lintels and string coursing at ground floor; cast-stone brackets with guttae at entrances; bluestone quoins and band course at base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings except 26 fourth and fifth bays at ground floor; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and tripartite windows replace storefronts at ground floor; non-historic doors; window grilles at ground floor; non-historic metal fire escape; conduit at facade.


The Ridgewood North Historic District is significant as an intact grouping of structures that reflect the development of model tenements in Ridgewood in the early 20th century. A contiguous district in both typology and style, it is composed of 96 buildings, primarily three story brick tenements, that encompass almost eight square acres in southwest Queens. The tenements were constructed between 1908 and 1914, mainly by the G.X. Mathews Company.

Known as “Mathews Model Flats,” these “new law” tenements had larger rooms and more adequate sanitary facilities than their 19th-century predecessors. Built in long rows of repeated designs that create a sense of place, the facades retain a high degree of integrity and are distinguished by their buff- and amber-colored brick facades, carved-stone details, ornate pressed metal cornices, and stoop and areaway ironwork.

Transportation improvements and the consolidation of Greater New York City contributed to the development of Ridgewood, which was characterized by open farmland and several amusement parks in the 19th century. Denser building activity had begun with the coming of the electric trolley in 1894, and after 1898, Ridgewood was subjected to the eastward expansion of a growing New York City. Located adjacent to Brooklyn’s Eastern District (which contained the communities of Bushwick, Williamsburg and Greenpoint), Ridgewood became an ideal location for upwardly mobile German-Americans to relocate, away from the over-crowding and more recent immigrants inhabiting Bushwick and Williamsburg, as well as Lower East Side.

Corresponding with the construction of the buildings in the historic district, urbanization was triggered by the opening of the elevated train around the turn of the century. Providing rapid and dependable rail service, the “El” was extended from its original terminus at Myrtle and Wyckoff Avenues to Fresh Pond Road and 67th Avenue in 1915.

German immigrant Gustave X. Mathews began building in Bushwick and Ridgewood in the first decade of the 20th century. Using wider lots, large air shafts, private bathrooms, and limiting occupancy to two families per floor, Mathews’ “cold-water flats” were a radical improvement to the overcrowded tenement houses of Williamsburg and the Lower East Side. By creating improved living quarters and controlling costs so that the apartments could be affordable to families of modest income, Mathews found a niche in the real estate market and met with immediate success. He built and sold over 300 tenements in Ridgewood between 1909 and 1912, receiving 25% the tenement house permits issued in Queens in 1911.











66-08 Forest Avenue (aka 679 Grandview Avenue)




66-08 Forest Avenue (aka 679 Grandview Avenue)





Ridgewood, Queens

Southeast (Korean Street, Shown in this photograph) elevation: Two bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, ambercolored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; amber brick pilasters with carved limestone capitals; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with semi-circular pediment with sunburst motif. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; non-historic paired doors with grills and brick infill at ground floor; large East (Forest Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; oneover- one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; bluestone quoins and band course at base; tanpainted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and non-historic fenestration replace storefronts at ground floor; non-historic metal grilles at windows and doors at ground floor; electrical conduit at facade; large sign in sixth and seventh bays at ground floor.

Southwest (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; cast-stone lintels and string coursing at ground floor; cast-stone brackets with guttae at entrances; bluestone quoins and band course at base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings except 26 fourth and fifth bays at ground floor; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and tripartite windows replace storefronts at ground floor; non-historic doors; window grilles at ground floor; non-historic metal fire escape; conduit at facade.


The Ridgewood North Historic District is significant as an intact grouping of structures that reflect the development of model tenements in Ridgewood in the early 20th century. A contiguous district in both typology and style, it is composed of 96 buildings, primarily three story brick tenements, that encompass almost eight square acres in southwest Queens. The tenements were constructed between 1908 and 1914, mainly by the G.X. Mathews Company.

Known as “Mathews Model Flats,” these “new law” tenements had larger rooms and more adequate sanitary facilities than their 19th-century predecessors. Built in long rows of repeated designs that create a sense of place, the facades retain a high degree of integrity and are distinguished by their buff- and amber-colored brick facades, carved-stone details, ornate pressed metal cornices, and stoop and areaway ironwork.

Transportation improvements and the consolidation of Greater New York City contributed to the development of Ridgewood, which was characterized by open farmland and several amusement parks in the 19th century. Denser building activity had begun with the coming of the electric trolley in 1894, and after 1898, Ridgewood was subjected to the eastward expansion of a growing New York City. Located adjacent to Brooklyn’s Eastern District (which contained the communities of Bushwick, Williamsburg and Greenpoint), Ridgewood became an ideal location for upwardly mobile German-Americans to relocate, away from the over-crowding and more recent immigrants inhabiting Bushwick and Williamsburg, as well as Lower East Side.

Corresponding with the construction of the buildings in the historic district, urbanization was triggered by the opening of the elevated train around the turn of the century. Providing rapid and dependable rail service, the “El” was extended from its original terminus at Myrtle and Wyckoff Avenues to Fresh Pond Road and 67th Avenue in 1915.

German immigrant Gustave X. Mathews began building in Bushwick and Ridgewood in the first decade of the 20th century. Using wider lots, large air shafts, private bathrooms, and limiting occupancy to two families per floor, Mathews’ “cold-water flats” were a radical improvement to the overcrowded tenement houses of Williamsburg and the Lower East Side. By creating improved living quarters and controlling costs so that the apartments could be affordable to families of modest income, Mathews found a niche in the real estate market and met with immediate success. He built and sold over 300 tenements in Ridgewood between 1909 and 1912, receiving 25% the tenement house permits issued in Queens in 1911. As testament to their improved design,









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FLOOR COVERING MANUFACTURERS. FLOOR COVERING


Floor Covering Manufacturers. Studio Apartment Floor Plans



Floor Covering Manufacturers





floor covering manufacturers







    manufacturers
  • (manufacture) industry: the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"

  • (manufacture) create or produce in a mechanical way; "This novelist has been manufacturing his books following his initial success"

  • A person or company that makes goods for sale

  • (manufacture) put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"











floor covering manufacturers - Extreme Toyota:




Extreme Toyota: Radical Contradictions That Drive Success at the World's Best Manufacturer


Extreme Toyota: Radical Contradictions That Drive Success at the World's Best Manufacturer



Extreme Toyota offers the first real, comprehensive inside look at what makes one of the world?s best companies run. With unprecedented access to the inner working of Toyota, the authors spent six years researching the company, interviewing hundreds of executives and employees, and discovering the company's secret of success. What they uncovered will surprise you and change the way you think about business. Simultaneously rigidly traditional and seriously innovative, it is precisely those internal contradictions that make the company so successful and admired.










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Beaulieu Logo




Beaulieu Logo





Beaulieu is the 3rd largest floor covering producer and the largest carpet-only manufacturer in the world. It employs over 5,600 associates in 26 facilities. Beaulieu makes carpet brands such as Bliss for the residential replacement market, Hollytext for main street commercial, Property Management Solutions for the multi-family market and Armstrong FashionSmart carpets for builders.











Ground Floor




Ground Floor





Archive photographs of Dalton Mills show this vast space covered with gigantic sacks of wool sitting there waiting to be weighed and processed. The aesthetics of this functional space are astounding and I am continually amazed at the Victorian tradition of turning their industrial places of work into elaborately ostentatious palaces of productivity.









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FLOOR MATS MANUFACTURERS : MATS MANUFACTURERS


Floor mats manufacturers : Underlay underfloor heating : Killing floor ai.



Floor Mats Manufacturers





floor mats manufacturers






    manufacturers
  • A person or company that makes goods for sale

  • (manufacture) create or produce in a mechanical way; "This novelist has been manufacturing his books following his initial success"

  • (manufacture) put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"

  • (manufacture) industry: the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"





    floor mats
  • (Floor mat) A mat is a generic term for a piece of fabric or flat material, generally placed on a floor or other flat surface, and serving a range of purposes including: * providing a regular or flat surface, such as a mousepad.











floor mats manufacturers - Harbinger Eco




Harbinger Eco Fit Exercise Mat


Harbinger Eco Fit Exercise Mat



This mat is made from foam that is 100% recyclable and biodegradable. Perfect for every fitness activity, this eco-foam mat utilizes a closed cell foam that is 25% more lightweight than traditional foam mats yet provides the same level of cushioning as thicker mats. That makes it easier to carry and store without sacrificing performance.

Perform your downward dog in full comfort with the Harbinger Eco Fit exercise mat. The mat is made of 100-percent recyclable and biodegradable Eco-foam, a closed-cell foam that's 25 percent lighter than traditional foam but still provides the same level of thick cushioning. This makes the mat easier to carry and store without sacrificing performance. The mat is made even more comfortable through its dual layer design, which increases the cushioning to 3/8 inches without sacrificing traction. In fact, the second layer has nonskid traction ridges to prevent slipping, while the innovative top layer includes a patterned surface that lessens the chance of injury and strains. Warm and comfortable to the touch, the Eco Fit mat also wipes down quickly for easy cleaning. The mat--which includes a removable strap for storage and transport--measures 72 by 24 inches.
About Harbinger Fitness
Harbinger is a leading fitness accessory company in the United States. Based in Napa, California, Harbinger develops, produces, and sells a full range of innovative, high-performance fitness products designed to enhance even the most rigorous training regimen. Harbinger's products include fitness gloves and training gear such as balls, jump ropes, resistance cables, balance trainers, and mats, which are distributed via sporting goods retailers, fitness specialty retailers, and fitness clubs.


This mat includes a bottom layer with nonskid traction ridges.










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32 (Large)




32 (Large)





1968 Porsche 911 Soft-Window Targa



Chassis No. 11880191

Engine No. 3281118



The Porsche 911S Soft Window Targa was a true example of innovation for the German manufacturer. As an unprecedented addition, the 911 offered the first soft window Targa top, which also benefited from a foldaway back window and removable roof section. The vast majority of the models were actually optioned with hard windows, making this particular example one of the rarest and most desirable Porsche 911s.



With recent sales at their all time record-breaking highs, early 911s have become extremely popular among enthusiasts and collectors everywhere. The 911’s thrilling drivability and rakish good looks has proved great success for the marquee, and will continue to remain a strong investment for many years to come.



This Car: According to the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, this rare Soft-Window Targa was completed at the factory on April 30, 1968, destined for US delivery. Originally finished in Irish Green over brown leatherette upholstery, the distinctive 911 was fully outfitted at the factory with the desirable 911 S instruments and oil tank, chrome wheels with Pirelli tires, headrests and a Blaupunkt “Frankfurt” radio.



Early service records dating back to 1977 indicate this car was a regularly used and cared for California car. It was eventually acquired by well-known Porsche enthusiast Frank Gallogly of Lime Rock, Connecticut. When it was discovered, the Targa was a beautifully maintained example wearing optional Fuchs wheels and classic blue and yellow California plates.



After some time with its new owner, the Porsche was sold to a Texas collector who had been searching for a well-kept early 911. Shortly after, it underwent a sympathetic restoration that aimed at making the car more presentable throughout, while taking care not to disturb its highly original character.



At this time, Autosport Designs Inc. of Huntington Station, New York, was commissioned to repaint the bodywork in the original Irish Green, an era-evoking shade that nicely compliments the of the short wheelbase 911. The engine and transmission were then rebuilt as needed to ensure that the car’s performance was in keeping with its freshened appearance.



Fortunately, the decision was made to retain the original upholstery, which displays a light consistent patina. The interior has a lovely period correct look, especially with the color-keyed Cocoa floor mats.



Since then, the Porsche has seen casual use and is poised for many more years of enjoyment. With a recent carburetor adjustments along with new plugs and wires, the car remains in excellent running and driving condition! The 911 ought to be an ideal companion for pleasant drives, the occasional Porsche gathering, rallies, slalom courses, and especially long-distance tours such as the Texas 1000, Northwest Passage, and Copperstate 1000 to name a few.



Not only is this a particularly rare and versatile 911, it is offered with owner’s manuals, tools, a substantial file of documentation and a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche.



Combining the most enjoyable qualities of the early short-wheelbase 911 with a unique open-air experience, these Soft-Window Targas have earned a devoted following of Porsche enthusiasts. The example presented here exudes charm and represents an exciting opportunity to acquire a well-rounded 1960’s sports car.



A Rare and Versatile Early 911
Matching-Numbers Example
Well-Kept Original Interior
Distinctive Color Combination
Complete with Books, Tools and Service Records
Offered with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity











Mad your mat ? Use our mat- Carmatshop Auto Carmats




Mad your mat ? Use our mat- Carmatshop Auto Carmats





We produce original-size car mat for various types of
vehicles. The good quality fabric surface and PVC
bottom ensures every end-user enjoys a high-class
internal flooring by simply replacing the old and thin
car mats with our quality one. We periodically change
the pattern of the fabric surface according to the
trend of car mat in Japan. In addition to the local
market in Hong Kong, we also provide products to the
car manufacturers in China. Our competitive price
provides another option to customers in addition to
ordering the expensive car mats from Japan.

Please contact us by e-mail or phone (852)27776532
E- mail : carmatshop@yahoo.com.hk
Gary Lam









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GARAGE RUBBER FLOOR MATS. FLOOR MATS


Garage rubber floor mats. Floor sitting cushions. Price of flooring.



Garage Rubber Floor Mats





garage rubber floor mats






    floor mats
  • (Floor mat) A mat is a generic term for a piece of fabric or flat material, generally placed on a floor or other flat surface, and serving a range of purposes including: * providing a regular or flat surface, such as a mousepad.





    garage
  • an outbuilding (or part of a building) for housing automobiles

  • Put or keep (a motor vehicle) in a garage

  • keep or store in a garage; "we don't garage our car"

  • a repair shop where cars and trucks are serviced and repaired





    rubber
  • returned for lack of funds; "a rubber check"; "a no-good check"

  • An oblong piece of rubber or similar material embedded in the pitcher's mound, on which the pitcher must keep one foot while delivering the ball

  • an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products

  • rubberize: coat or impregnate with rubber; "rubberize fabric for rain coats"

  • A tough elastic polymeric substance made from the latex of a tropical plant or synthetically

  • Rubber boots; galoshes











garage rubber floor mats - Auto Care




Auto Care Products Inc 60049 4.5-Feet by 9-Feet Clean Park Motorcycle/Golf Cart Garage Mat with 20-mil Vinyl Sheeting


Auto Care Products Inc 60049 4.5-Feet by 9-Feet Clean Park Motorcycle/Golf Cart Garage Mat with 20-mil Vinyl Sheeting



Garage Mats not only protect your garage floor, but will contain gallons and gallons of snow, water, mud, grit and grime that make a mess of your garage floor. If garage floor protection and containment are a priority to you, then our unique Garage Mat is the answer you have been looking for. The Park Smart Clean Park catches every drop of mud, slush and grime that falls off of your vehicle. Our Garage Mat keeps your garage floor clean eliminating the problem of tracking mud and grime into your home. The Clean Park also keeps your garage and home safe by keeping all of your walk areas dry. The heavy-duty 20-mil vinyl, in conjunction with the raised plastic edges, holds gallons of liquid from spreading onto the garage floor. The specially engineered Snap-On edges are extremely durable, as well as fast and easy to install, without tools. All sizes of the Park Smart Clean Park come complete with 24" long Snap-On side pieces and 18" long Snap-On end pieces. Our Garage Mat is so durable, that we offer a one year limited warranty.










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couch 099phonepic flickr




couch 099phonepic flickr





Can this couch be saved? My adventure in taking in stray mid-20th century furniture continues. First objective: eliminate dog hair. Andy Winn's dog is a sweetheart but she is also a hair-generating juggernaut. If odor and hair can't be managed, the rest of the experiment is canceled and this thing goes to the garage. The scotchtoberfestive cover is down on the list of issues to be dealt with. Mechanically, it's in good shape.











IMG 7717




IMG 7717





I had a row of box-like things under here that were sticking out quite a bit, and very in the way. I also had a rubber puzzle anti-fatigue mat on the floor, but it just trapped tons of sawdust, and always pulled apart. I, too, had stacks of lumber up against the bench. Little by little I'm making more room and clearing out each section, this one included.









garage rubber floor mats








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Rubber [Blu-ray]






Rubber is the story of Robert, an inanimate tire that has been abandoned in the desert and then suddenly and inexplicably comes to life. As Robert roams the bleak landscape, he discovers that he possesses terrifying telepathic powers that give him the ability to destroy anything he wishes. At first content to prey on discarded objects and small desert creatures, his attention soon turns to humans, especially a beautiful and mysterious woman who crosses his path. Leaving a swath of destruction behind, Robert becomes a chaotic force and truly a movie villain for the ages.

The titular star of this delightfully perverse and ecstatically witty exercise in comic invention is old and worn out, but not so much that it can't rouse itself from a castoff slumber to roll across the desert and wreak havoc on the inanimate objects, animals, and human beings that cross its path. That includes the audience, both the one viewing at home and the Greek chorus-like group that's gathered on the film's horizon to watch the story unfold through binoculars. There's no explanation why this haphazard band of observers has been chosen to follow the beat-up rubber tire's path of destruction as it anthropomorphizes into a living, breathing, shuddering entity of malice. They engage in an ongoing commentary and string of non sequiturs while the tire goes about exacting telekinetic revenge on the humans who may or may not have done it wrong (until they meet their own untimely end, that is). Writer-director Quentin Dupieux also neglects to explain why some of the actual characters maintain such a coolly self-reflexive spin on the proceedings, especially the small-town sheriff who opens the movie by addressing the camera directly. His deadpan soliloquy is a series of philosophical remarks about the seemingly random reasons why things happened in other movies, ranging from Love Story to E.T. to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And so it goes, as seen mostly from a ground-level, tire's-eye view in wacky sequences that slip back and forth between slasher-flick gore and existential conundrums. There's no denying the conceptual genius in this saga of an ordinary tire traveling through the dust of a Mojave Desert backwater killing randomly in anticipation of a greater glory to come. Is it a movie within a movie? Is it one of the most entertaining indie-comedy-horror-micro-budget experiences ever? Is it a movie at all? Dupieux offers no help with these questions, only a connected succession of brilliantly bizarre visuals that seem to suggest that the harder you think about it all the more likely it is your head will explode--a fate only too familiar to the beings that have close encounters with the weathered radial. The only sure thing is that Rubber teems with inspiration and free-associative magnificence in its quest for a truth that will probably never reveal itself to a non-rubberized consciousness. --Ted Fry










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