The used motor oil SOAKS INTO the wood, and stays there. My trailer is parked on what is basically part of my back lawn, so there IS grass growing under the trailer. I treat the deck at least once per year, and the grass is STILL HEALTHY AND GROWING. If it was bad for the environment or the ground water, that grass would be dead.
Re: want to protect new floor on trailer in reply to rustyfarmall, 05-16-2014 07:03:58
rustyfarmall that is what I do with my trailer and hay racks. I have used hydraulic oil several times. I have one hay rack that I am going to replace the floor and it is over 40 years old and oiled and sets outside and has always been treat with used oil.
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