Workshop pit boards

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My workshop has an inspection pit that isn't used.The gaps between the boards get full of dust and crap and I'd like to seal them up if possible.
I was thinking of using something like Stixall multi purpose wall and floor adhesive.Do you think that would work or is there something more suitable ? It needs be flexible as vehicles are driven over the pit so there will be some movement.Cheers
Here's a picture of said pit
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Fill the gaps yourself but dont make it so the pit can never be used again, chuck an old carpet down.
Either one day you will be glad you got a pit as you may need to use it or when (or if) you sell your property a pit in the garage could make the buyer keener. Having the ability to work on your own car is IMO a bonus.
 
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Fill the gaps yourself but dont make it so the pit can never be used again, chuck an old carpet down.
Either one day you will be glad you got a pit as you may need to use it or when (or if) you sell your property a pit in the garage could make the buyer keener. Having the ability to work on your own car is IMO a bonus.
It's rented,not my premises and it's a commercial building.....and the pit is full of crap from previous tenants.It will never be used in my lifetime
 
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