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Author Topic: remodeling a 950 cap venue. looking into options for covering the stage  (Read 762 times)

John Fruits

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As far as painted stages, there is an ongoing discussion at controlbooth.com.
https://www.controlbooth.com/threads/stage-floor-problems.42336/
A floating floor is often neoprene pads supporting 1x3 or 1x4 lumber laid flat, topped with a quality flooring plywood, topped with another layer of plywood and tempered hardboard or Plyron.
It seems that all tempered hardboard is not created equal either.
Then there are the popular paints. It used to be that Rosco Tough Prime was most popular, but they changed the formulation.  PPG Break Through is highly rated.  A consultant in Texas, Erich Friend recommends Madison Chemical Company Gemthane.
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Stephen Kirby

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What do they put down on roller skating rinks?  That stuff takes a beating.  Also some of it is almost as grippy as a marley dance floor.  When I skated we referred to it as a floor being "tight" or "loose".
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