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Just finished outfitting my trailer and would welcome any input. Inside was a little rough but cleaned up well. Thoughts?

First roof in the a.m.!

 

Happy Thanksgiving! 



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Gary,

I have no doubt that the prem. side is where I need to be. Just finished my first roof. Took me a total of 3 hours and the first hour I spent sweeping and raking off the roof because I do not have the $ to get my blower fixed! I have been unemployed for close to 2 months and may have $100 total to my name after scratching enough $ together to get everything I needed to start spraying. I will be a prem member asap!



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keep you head up shawn thing will get better if you make it happen we look forward to you becoming a member

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Shawn...my advice would be to make sure you protect the floor of the trailer from any spilled SH (the suff tears through just about everything over time). If you do a search, there a few great threads with some pretty creative ideas about this. Try keywords like "trailer floor protection"...that should get you started and then search other keywords for trailer or rig set up. Could save you a few headaches and a few $$$ in the long run also.



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Roof Cleaning Tallahassee wrote:

Shawn...my advice would be to make sure you protect the floor of the trailer from any spilled SH (the suff tears through just about everything over time). If you do a search, there a few great threads with some pretty creative ideas about this. Try keywords like "trailer floor protection"...that should get you started and then search other keywords for trailer or rig set up. Could save you a few headaches and a few $$$ in the long run also.



-- Edited by Roof Cleaning Tallahassee on Saturday 26th of November 2011 09:03:55 PM


Thanks Ray! I coated the entire inside with this stuff.  http://tsc.tractorsupply.com/search?w=flexx+gard It was pretty thick and is suppose to be a rubberized sealing compound. Must have put 3-5 coats as it was all exposed wood before. The 5 gallon pail was $50 and I have enough left to do the top exterior of my old trailer when the rain stops.

 



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clay wrote:

keep you head up shawn thing will get better if you make it happen we look forward to you becoming a member


 Thanks Clay!



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