I have a question about the raw plywood under the Rockwood. I have concerns about road water weakening the flooring. Has anyone had the underneath of the camper sprayed with something like camper liner or something water proof, and if so...what are your thoughts and what type of product should be used? Thank you for your help!
I will be keeping my camper in the garage, but while driving, I'm concerned about road water flipping up and soaking the wood underneath. Trucks get their bed liners sealed, so I was thinking this would be ideal to protect the underside of the camper from splashed water. It couldn't cost much...$200.00 maybe. If anyone has done this, I would love to hear about how they feel it helped. Then the question is....who does this?
If you call forest river they will tell you the underside needs no special treatment. Keep an eye on the frame and touch up with rust preventative paint as needed, but a thorough undercoating the decking is not necessary and not generally recommended by the factory. The structurewood flooring is intended to be uncoated.