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Garage revamp finally finished! Enough space to try out the Autoglym High Definition Wax I received for my birthday, even if it rains... (One advantage of small cars)





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It was well worth while, as I noticed the paint was not drying on bits of the back wall. I discovered that the drain was all blocked and water was getting into the bricks. All sorted now.
 

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Hi nice garage set up for your up! Yours reminds me of mine with the up pics mounted up! Can I ask where you got the sketched pic of the up I like that alot! Cheers
 

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D3ftones said:
Wowzers...that garage is better than my house...any chance of tic tac wanting to do a house/garage swap.
Little car said no.... Lol

I found the pictures on netcarshow.com under the up! concept section. Then I sent them to photobox.co.uk and had them printed.
 

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The paint was £9.99 white 10 litre emulsion from screwfix. Only needed one coat on bare bricks. The floor paint was £35 Layland Frigate from screwfix. Only had enough for one coat, although the tin said use two. (could not afford another tin)
Left the floor for a week before driving on it. Car had to stay outside!!!!! Poor thing.lolEdited by: Rednaxela
 

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Ps the bench was £47 off ebay. Bugger to build lol
 
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