Any suggestions for water proofing my floor without removing my kitchen and closet pieces? The front and back seats will be removed this week and the carpet is coming up for Allure. So this would be the time to treat the floor if I'm going to do it.
Seems the bottom of the floor has a thin layer of fiberglass/resin. But the top seems to be untreated plywood of a not particularly robust nature. I've had a few plumbing leaks
and they've resulting in swelled plywood and even some damage that lasted beyond drying, just a few spots not bad. But I do wonder what would happen if there was similar wetness and I wasn't in a climate that will dry anything in a few hours.
Seems a huge oversight that Scamp
would sell such a durable, sealed trailer and then put it on a floor so unprotected from decay. Especially when replacing the floor requires tearing the whole interior out.