The 1X2's would work. You would'nt even need to glue them to the concrete. You could just silicone them to the floor that way you can take them off easily in the future without having glue residue left behind. That's what I would do.hero419 said:No floor drain right now.
I was trying to think of a way that I would not need to tend to the water on an hourly basement.
Maybe 1X2's glued to the floor, leaving the door side of the "containment open"
Thought about a trench drain, but I don't want to get to crazy.
This thing would make short work of it, I put a 16"x12" hole through a 12" thick concrete wall with rebar with it.
That's what I do, it works out pretty well.Ugly_old_Poo_kid said:No...
I have an un-heated barn I store my sleds in. Unless it warms up, it will not melt in order to turn to ice.
I pull the sled in, drop it a couple times to knock the loose stuff off, put it on the dollies, and shovel out the loose stuff. Then turn the sled around and put it in front of the door. When I go sledding the next time, I start the sled and pull it outside, and while it's warming up, shovel out anything that fell off while it was stored.
When I heat the shop, it makes no difference except that I use a broom.