It's hard to get motivated though, it has been over a hundred degrees for 15 days straight. This usually doesn't happen until the end of July-beginning of August.
I started sandblasting the rear of the trailer frame in preparation for the new floor. I guess the heat , mixed with the sand , must be what caused my dog's outlandish behavior.
|I noticed this guy circling the yard as well. He must have an Avalair as well.|
It cures as hard as a rock and basically is permanent, so don't get it on your hands. The people at church will think you work on diesel trucks for a living.
I have the replacement floor cut and painted, to hopefully prevent any damage if it ever gets wet in the future. Doing away with the leaking hot water tank should eliminate that threat. I am only coating the bottom. The top will have tile glued to it and I don't want any reason for the tiles lifting.
In order to fasten this floor back down right, I have to remove the inner wall because the outer walls screw down through the floor. I hated to do this but, there was no way around it.
|Inner skin removed|
|Pic of the fiberglass cap|
|See, I told you it was ugly.|
|The perfect non politically correct post card.|
|These are available up to an 8.5"x11" label. You can get them in laser and inkjet versions.|
|Several different sizes. She wasn't sure which one would fit.|
|Skilled hands and nerves of steel I tell you.|
|This picture doesn't really give a true reflection of this piece. The colors are a lot more vibrant in person.|