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Default Shed Slab: To burnish or not

So I've got a 10m x 18m shed going in soon. I've got a quote for the slab which has stretched the budget a bit, but I forgot to ask about burnishing.

Does anyone have an idea on cost, and at the end of the day, is it really worth it?
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Had ours power trowelled,[ ellikopta ] so I guess it's burnished,will use less paint/sealer and

be easier to clean.Now is the time to think about the future hoist location so the appropriate

depth of concrete is under it with plenty of reo. Molnar has a website with dimensions for the

base,

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Thanks mate, already located the pad for the hoist and used Molnar's spec
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Great minds,I believe in going for worst case scenario,40MPA concrete,floor is 100mm,about

250 under the hoist,and about 150 x 150 beam across doorways.Do it once,over do it

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Great minds,I believe in going for worst case scenario,40MPA concrete,floor is 100mm,about

250 under the hoist,and about 150 x 150 beam across doorways.Do it once,over do it

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