I have some kind if grey commercial flooring paint on mine. Easy to touch up when it gets crappy and seems to last well.Sparky1000 said:Just order a new 7 x 14 trailer. I'm going to paint the walls, but not sure what is the best to put on the floor to protect the plywood. Any thoughts?
I leave stuff loose on the trailer floor all the time and its always in the same place I left it. Even my kapex just sits on ply on the workbench and never moves a 1/16th inch. I think rubber really is not needed.PrecisionFloors said:If you prefer to slide, then yeah, rubber would be horrible. In that case just paint it with garage epoxy. I prefer everything in the back of the truck to stay where it is without having to brace, strap, and compartmentalize everything. It gives you flexibility. If everything HAS to be in its spot in order to not move around loading up odd sized materials or large loads will make things a pita. If all you use your space for is tools then hell yeah make a specific spot for everything - maximizes area and weight distribution.
That is what I have in my van with a sacrificial piece of masonite over it. The foam by itself is toward the front where I put tools only. Any debris goes on the masonite. The foam pads won't last long by them selves.What about these. Not sure what your plans are for the trailer.
which one is g floor?Thanks for all the good ideas. Has anyone used G Floor?