Originally Posted by mstell2
It's up paint like coating on the bottom of the slide that's chipping right on top of the Teflon block. But the Teflon block has no burrs or anything on it is fine I think is just a bad material. Thinking about putting on a good two coats of automotive paint and then putting on a coat of liquid graphite so we can slide on that. We used some liquid graphite in our grain carts on the farm to help the grain slide.
Graphite (slip plate) may rub off on your floor inside, one heck of a mess. On one of my slide with out the darco wrap I was told they used a bed liner material. Like the kind you spray on your pick-up truck bed. make sure you prime the area first if you try that.
Or a piece of Masonite could work. They also make plastic skies or wear strips normally found on the slide ends, easy to cut to fit. A dealer could help you get those.