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Old 01-21-2012, 05:29 PM
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Painting the floor in my trailer

Hello fellow rodders, it has been awhile.

Just purchased an 8.5 X 20 enclosed trailer to haul my car to the track.

I am going to paint the floor with some non-slip paint to preserve it from grease, oil, gas and such. I am having problem finding appropriate paint for the application. I have looked at garage floor paint that is hard, non-slip and resisted the elements of a garage floor, problems is they are designed for a stable concrete floor, the plywood floor has flex and the hard paint will crack, flake and will expose the plywood.

I don't want the car slipping around on a nice smooth painted surface but I want to protect the plywood floor.

Has anyone had success with painting the floor in their car carrier with non-slip protective paint???

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No, but I have mixed sand in the paint for non skid boat trailer surfaces or scattered sand on wet paint. Both methods worked, but were not a thing of beauty.

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I think all of my friends have just used high quality exterior paint
with some very fine sand sprinkled on, in between the coats of paint
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Maybe you could use the roll-on truck bed liner. Most of those work on wood also. Just a thought.
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Roll or spray SPI bedliner with some walnut shells or sand added to it .
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