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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 07:44 AM Thread Starter
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What to put on enclosed trailer floor to seal or cover wood?

My dad just purchased 20' enclosed and is wanting to know what is best to put on floor of trailer to seal it. He doesn't want to go overboard on price but what will do the job. Thanks.
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Use the garage coating stuff from Home Depot.

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primer and "porch and floor enamel" works well. I did this to my last enclosed trailer and am going to do the same to my new one.



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I used a primer and topped it with an oil based porch/deck paint

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If you are located in AZ. I can get you some Firestone TPO roofing material. We have two trailers and we fully adhere to the floor and hot air weld the seams. Becomes completly water proof and very easy to clean up any spills with simple green. I work for a commercial roofing company and have stuff left over all the time. Let me know.

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primer and "porch and floor enamel" works well. I did this to my last enclosed trailer and am going to do the same to my new one.
X 2 also add sand for grit !

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