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Old 08-29-2012, 04:28 PM   #1
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Undercoating my Pup undercarriage

Hey all, I am planning on spraying an undercoating on my Pup undercarriage this weekend. I will be using the "Flex Seal Liquid Rubber Spray". I have used it on the foundation of our new bedroom addition and it works great. And it says it can be used for RV's, campers, trailers, etc. Of course I will be aware not to spray the wires and such. Thanks.

Anyone else use this on their Pups, TT's, 5th's?, or any other do-it-yourself products?
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Old 08-29-2012, 04:39 PM   #2
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I was allways told not to cover the wood floor of my popup. If moisture gets between the rubber and the wood it will start to rot. My palomino was 15 years old when I sold it and the floor was still solid.
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That makes sense. Looking back, we recently sold our 1994 Starcraft Pup ( 18 years old ) and the floor was still in great shape, except for the couple soft spots in the corner. And no coating was on it.

Okay, need to rethink this venture. Thanks for your advice.
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