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Floor Lines or Aisles – Which Serves Better For the Pedestrian: Part 2

epoxy aisle ways

Now, when you look at an actual aisle way, you’ll see that the aisles offer enough coverage so that they can receive a nice diamond grind preparation.  But, even though the aisle requires a more aggressive preparation, they also will require a more laborious epoxy installation.

In our previous entry, we looked at the benefits of installing pedestrian walkway lines.  And although the installation process is easier and less expensive, compared to the aisles, the aisle will ultimately offer a greater longevity for a variety of reasons:

Better Prep Work:

As discussed in in the pedestrian floor lines, the only prep work is alcohol wiping the floor.  Grinding the floor is always the best method, but a 3″ line does not provide enough coverage to conceal your grind marks.  But, when you’re working with a 3′ wide aisle way, there is plenty of room to adequately grind the floors, and conceal the marks with epoxy.

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