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Old 05-07-2016, 07:46 PM   #21
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Start checking some commercial flooring companies? There are companies that make the puke mats in width and length to cover the whole thing in one shot.
I salvaged quite a few pieces of the flat that were bigger than what I needed and didn't like the color so I used them to make drain pans under any chance of getting wet area.(my entire hidden kitchen area floor including the fridge and my entire bath area with drains)but I am still debating my flooring transition from dry to wet in the bath because the rubber needs to turn up to complete the pan but it conflicts with the transition between the two. my fault
I try to salvage and make decisions as I go to make it fit/work?
I am in the final stages now and the odd ends I have left are catching up? (Not to many but enough) I will probably make my own threshold out of cedar that obviously marks the line between the bath and with the right piece flashes with my bamboo floor. I didn't think it all through when I salvaged the bamboo or the rubber but it looks good and if a piece hear or there needs special attention? Then make it cause you ain't gonna find it.
Thanks for the advice! My conversion isn't going to be a complete RV with all the amenities, more just sleeping bunks and a place to sit while the bus is in motion. The puke mat is quite substantial and i'd like to put something down on the section i tore up that somewhat resembles the rest of the floor.
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Old 05-07-2016, 11:07 PM   #22
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I like the puke mat. It's easy to clean but it deserves several in depth scrubbing and sterilizations. This light brown mat resembles linoleum but is much tougher. I'm trying to insulate from underneath so I don't cover the L-track on my floor.
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Old 05-25-2016, 09:15 PM   #23
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I've been hard a work fighting rust and rainy days along the way... I replaced a sagging section of the floor, got quite a bit of painting done, and started building sleeping bunks.

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Old 05-27-2016, 08:31 PM   #24
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Wow. Paint job looks great! 👍
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