Idaho Power prep job. The vinyl tile has been removed leaving this discolored floor with tile adhesive stains. Here we are wet grinding off the adhesive residue. Notice there is no dust during the wet grinding process. The customer did not want to see tile "ghosting" pattern left from the tile removal so they opted for an industrial HD gray epoxy. Two applications of low VOC gray epoxy. Epoxy Carpet tiles removed, notice the carpet tiles left a "ghosting' or pattern tattooed into the floor. Sometimes this pattern will show even after aggressive grinding. Two coats of low VOC clear epoxy. Notice most of the "ghosting" is gone in this section. Great character in the floor, large to medium aggregate, and cracks that were filled. Notice how much brighter the room looks without the dull carpet. The Janitorial staff loves the new clean floors, much easier for them to clean and disinfect. Very little "ghosting " in this section as well. Here we have removed the carpet tiles and are grinding off the carpet adhesive. Notice the "ghosting" even after the aggressive grinding, using our heavy-duty grinder.  Here we applied three coats of Endurable Obsidian stain, followed by three coats of low VOC epoxy. Notice the "ghosting " pattern on the floor. The customer chose the Obsidian colored stain to complement the "ghosting " pattern left on the floor. It is a beautiful floor. BSU , removing cove base and starting to remove carpet tiles. More hallway ground, stained and epoxied. Hallways look even better after the masking paper is removed from staining the floor. Now all that is left is installing new covebase, BSU 's maintenance staff did that soon after this picture. Hallways look even better after the masking paper is removed from staining the floor. Now all that is left is installing new covebase, BSU 's maintenance staff did that soon after this picture. lightbox jquery uiby VisualLightBox.com v6.1