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Old 10-29-2011, 09:48 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Help! Water Absorbent

Forum I need help. Does anyone have a good system, method , idea about how to catch the water and melting snow from my car so it doesn't actually get all over the garage floor?

The problem is my garage (hose built in 1964) floor is ever so slightly pitched so that the floor is highest in the middle and slopes to the right and left so when all the snow melts and drips down, it runs towards the walls of the garage.

This means it runs under all the shelving and benches etc, it's really annoying and worse I don't like all that water sitting against the walls.

I have tried using:

1. Card board boxes, flat, drive up on them. ---This is okay but not my best answer.
2. A big blue painters tarp with long 2x4 holding up the edges (I would drive between them) so the water pools up on the tarp --------They aren't water proof, after a little while the water seep through.

I am looking at Waterpigs and big giant garage mats now, any experience or thoughts on how to fix?
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Could you find some type of channel/fluting/flashing material to let the water go towards the walls, but divert it to the door too?
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Dont pull in the garage until you knock all the snow off your car
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Dont pull in the garage until you knock all the snow off your car
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See, us South Texans know nothing about that.

I don't even know where I could find a snow shovel here...
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See, us South Texans know nothing about that.

I don't even know where I could find a snow shovel here...
I have about 6 of them, seriously.



But guys not pulling in until I knock all the snow off my car isn't really the answer

I don't pull in like this:

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I usually clean off the snow before I drive away from work or wherever I am at. Snow gets caked up in the wheel wells, under carriage, built up behind the wheels.


It's usually more like this when I get home:
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Without changing the slope of the floor and adding a drain under the car, a parking mat is the best viable solution.
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I think you may be on track, ideally you bust up the floor and re-pour but I have way more important things at the house to spend my money on.

Here is what I am checking now


http://www.americanfloormats.com/rib...rage-flooring/

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http://www.cleanupstuff.com/water-absorbent-s/24.htm

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My garage is super clean and I dont pull in the car if its loaded with snow. Keep the car outside a day until it melts. If you knock the snow off before pulling it in then a few old towels laying around will absorb the little bit that melts off. But like I said, if you dont want your garage soaking wet then dont pull your car in it

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I also have carpet walk ways so I dont want them getting soaked, another reason I leave the car in the drive way.
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Could you find some type of channel/fluting/flashing material to let the water go towards the walls, but divert it to the door too?
I was thinking the same thing.

maybe good for you when you get the chance in the summer to maybe make channels along the sides that lead to outside the garage. I do believe that some type of heavy machinery will be needed. can you laydown sawdust or some sort of Mulch (the red wood stuff the big stores sell) but then again thats another headache. I do believe you may need to dig some channels or or worst yet do a garage renovation aint cheap
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just thought about this, what about a huge rubber car mat for the garage that have channels. let me google for ya.
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Here you go http://www.drymate.com/DRYMATE/myart...180&PubID=4785
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Been looking at this a little bit

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looks good but if you dont have a smooth surface it may not help as much but hey, its better than what you have now soo. Gotta start somewhere


"Contain or divert large-volume spills anywhere without extra parts! The SPILLBLOCKER® Dike forms a tight seal on smooth surfaces to confine big spills; its short length and molded-in connectors make it easy to move, deploy and customize"
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My garage is super clean and I dont pull in the car if its loaded with snow. Keep the car outside a day until it melts. If you knock the snow off before pulling it in then a few old towels laying around will absorb the little bit that melts off. But like I said, if you dont want your garage soaking wet then dont pull your car in it

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I also have carpet walk ways so I dont want them getting soaked, another reason I leave the car in the drive way.
Seriously? Where do you live, my car could be sitting outside for days sometimes if I waited for it to melt. It's not even about keep my garage clean I just don't want the run off damaging the walls. I'll sweep and clean it out on a nice day.

I think I am opting for an absorbent mat or barrier of some time. That mat on Amazon is interesting. I'm not sure yet but sounds like I maybe the only one with this type of problem.
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looks good but if you dont have a smooth surface it may not help as much but hey, its better than what you have now soo. Gotta start somewhere


"Contain or divert large-volume spills anywhere without extra parts! The SPILLBLOCKER® Dike forms a tight seal on smooth surfaces to confine big spills; its short length and molded-in connectors make it easy to move, deploy and customize"
It's smooth, just slightly pitched, just enough for the water to slowly make it's way toward the walls.
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It's smooth, just slightly pitched, just enough for the water to slowly make it's way toward the walls.
Then i say try it, it seems pretty cost appropriate
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Decided to start with these, put one on the outside of each tire when I pull in

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The WATER PIGS have arrived. No snow or rain yet to test them out. Kinda strange but we shall see.

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Good Luck. Renovation when you get the time will be your best option but maybe those will do enough til then?
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LOL at water pigs, LOL
LOL Waterpigs to the rescue! I followed one of your links and found this

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It's not bad either but expensive stuff gonna look on Craig's list see what I find too.
So far no snow to test it out.
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