New race hauler and epoxy: things to come

Sometimes the ancillary items help make or break a weekend.  In this case we were running out of room in the truck and hated playing tetris to hope it would all fit.  Enter a nice brand new 7×14 cargo trailer.  I will be spending this year building it into our perfect customized track transport.  First things first though, flooring!  I happened to have some spare blue floor epoxy from my garage left over.  with it going bad and some fresh floor in need of protecting I decided to coat both the trailer and shed before they got packed with junk for eternity.  IMG_4065

The process is pretty simply and clean plywood accepts the coating quite readily.  Liberal application of aluminum oxide provides a sure-footed surface that is incredibly tough.
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Without the oxide the floor has a nice gloss sheen to it and provides a very high-end seamless look.   Now just to finish cabinets and lights and all that.

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