I just finished cleaning out the inside of my boat with a power washer. I
had painted it (aluminum) with a good "porch and floor" enamel well over 10
years ago and other than a little discoloration where leaves had sat in the
rain water all Summer, there's been no peeling and very little sign of wear.
My neighbor down the street put vinyl tile down on the floor of the trailer
he uses to make and sell printed T-shirts at auto races. What do you intend
to use the trailer for?
On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 19:41:34 -0700 (PDT), Too_Many_Tools
I'm with Tom, it depends on what you're going to use the trailer for..
For light duty stuff, I'd go with a good porch & floor paint..
For heavy or sharp edged stuff, especially if you're dragging things in & out,
I'd go with a sacrificial 1/4" plywood skin and change when needed..
Also depending on use, the skin could have a layer of sheet vinyl on it..
Please remove splinters before emailing
You might beware of using a vinyl flooring.
My neighbor had an enclosed trailer and put vinyl on top of the
plywood floor. No problem until summer time and the temps were so hot
inside that the adhesive let go.
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