Garage flooring question

mrkavin

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I am always so amazed at the beautiful and neat shops I see here. Some of you guys have shops that you could eat off the floor! How the heck do you do it?
I admit I used to say negative stuff like, "Yeah, it's cause they don't do anything in it!" But now,
I am admitting, that it's just envy. I know you guys and gals are true craftsmen/women, and you have a system for your shops.
I just never could get a handle on it like you guys. I clean and vacuum, and try to organize, but the first job that hits the shop,
causes a Malay of messes, that takes me days to clean up. Am I trying to work too fast?
Should I charge more, so I can slow down and put things back every couple of hours/minutes?
I have supported my family doing woodworking and restorations, I know what I'm doing there,
but I'm getting older, and slower, and I need your advice to be able to keep going.
I get a ton of satisfaction from resto work, but it is such a dirty endeavor.
Stripping, repair/rebuilding, sanding/assembly, and finishing. Each makes its own mess.
Now I'm not horrible, just can't get that polished look to the shop. It is SOO impressive to customers, as well.
Hope you all don't think I'm a pig or something! This is hard for me to admit, but I trust in you all!!! Thank you, jimsjinx
 

mrkavin

Member
Jul 4, 2021
36
0
6
Real Name
kavin
I am always so amazed at the beautiful and neat shops I see here. Some of you guys have shops that you could eat off the floor! How the heck do you do it?
I admit I used to say negative stuff like, "Yeah, it's cause they don't do anything in it!" But now,
I am admitting, that it's just envy. I know you guys and gals are true craftsmen/women, and you have a system for your shops.
I just never could get a handle on it like you guys. I clean and vacuum, and try to organize, but the first job that hits the shop,
causes a Malay of messes, that takes me days to clean up. Am I trying to work too fast?
Should I charge more, so I can slow down and put things back every couple of hours/minutes?
I have supported my family doing woodworking and restorations, I know what I'm doing there,
but I'm getting older, and slower, and I need your advice to be able to keep going.
I get a ton of satisfaction from resto work, but it is such a dirty endeavor.
Stripping, repair/rebuilding, sanding/assembly, and finishing. Each makes its own mess.
Now I'm not horrible, just can't get that polished look to the shop. It is SOO impressive to customers, as well. garage floor epoxy las vegas
Hope you all don't think I'm a pig or something! This is hard for me to admit, but I trust in you all!!! Thank you, jimsjinx
thanks in advance for any help