I have a ? for the guys that use the motor oil on the trailer? After you put it on say on a hot sunny day and it soaks in good, and you go to load a tractor and it is raining, will the bed be more slippery with the oiled wood then the non oiled wood. Thanks
Re: Trailer floor in reply to S2710, 12-25-2012 10:07:42
I have not did a trailer floor yet but have did 3 farm wagons. Two of the three I used old motor oil and the third one I used 90wt gear oil. I have did all of mine on a day in the 90's with a lot of sun. After setting in hot sun for several days you can't see any oil. All it does is darken the wood. Mine set out and I have never had one get slippery when it gets wet. I plan on doing my new deckover next summer. And as far as for the smellof the oil I can put up with it when I know it adding years to the life of the floor of wagon or trailer.
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