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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-22-2010, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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trailer ramp flooring

My trailer ramp is painted & I would like to make it non-slip.
What is a good flooring idea for this?
i was thinking stick-on rubberized strips or something similar.
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Don't they make a rubberized paint? Otherwise what Jason posted and it's cheap


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home depot has some abrasive strips, just peel and stick.
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The only thing is those end up coming up and start to look like shit over time. I'd go the paint route myself


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i covered mine with texturized 'ribbed" rubber. For your pleasure.

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I have 5 gallons of white paint you can have. Let me know and I'll bring it over.
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First thing I think of is skate board tape, allthough this might be the same as the home depot post above.

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yea rubberized paint
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