Spray Bedliner

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kozyman
Junior Burger
2013/10/10 22:36:36
What is your opinion to use truck bedliner spray for the floor of a food truck. I understand it comes in different colors, easy to maintain and ever lasting.
Dr of BBQ
Filet Mignon
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/10/11 09:46:17
How would you clean it? You certainly couldn't use a mop it would shred it in a heartbeat.
hpx
Junior Burger
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/10/11 17:14:14
Dr of BBQ

How would you clean it? You certainly couldn't use a mop it would shred it in a heartbeat.

I agree with the good doctor, the floor like the walls needs to be EASY to clean. And the bedliner inside I suspect the smell would linger. Bedliner relies on the sun and weather to cure it. 
Uncle Groucho
Cheeseburger
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/10/11 17:46:57
Google Plasti coat or plasti dip , I have sprayed this out of a electric power sprayer on battery boxes and other accessories for houseboats and automotive applications. Look on Youtube , people paint their whole car with this stuff and they can peel it off and change colors if they want. It s not as tough as a bedliner but it is worth a look.
kozyman
Junior Burger
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Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/10/11 21:27:11
Check out these pics..this guy claims the floor works great  . Guess I cant put a hyper link on here. His place is Pacmob on facebook
 
 
post edited by kozyman - 2013/10/11 21:28:48
kozyman
Junior Burger
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/10/11 21:30:31
Pacmob Kitchens, they build food trucks
Midnights
Cheeseburger
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/11/01 18:48:03
Have to already checked with your health department about flooring? Bedliner would be illegal here in Denver. Not only does my floor have to be completley smooth, it also has to be white or very light-colored.
RodBangkok
Cheeseburger
Re:Spray Bedliner 2013/11/01 22:17:09
There are a lot of suppliers of 2 part epoxy type floor coatings that are NSF approved.  Most of these also will have another component which is an additive for non skid.  They will have different levels or grain size for the non skid.  For instance a very aggressive type for stairs and such and another designed for general floor use in a commercial food production environment.  Choose one that is NSF approved, and make sure it is a flexible type that has some elasticity to it to account for use in a mobile unit.