Funster No : 4470
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Offwell, nr Honiton Devon
About Me: Retired 25 years ago..
Interests: Caravaning,Motorbikes,Sea Fishing.
MH Type: "A" Class
MH Model: Damon Daybreak.
Years Motorhoming: Caravan & motorhome 40 yrs
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Dont know, but wouldn`t it be best to let the wood/Plywood breath.... ?
Originally Posted by chaser
I am only used to working on old motors and have always waxoyled underneath but now I have this relitively new motor, so today I had a crawl underneath to have a look at this one and found its mostly treaated plywood . Now as the chassis looks fine and is painted would I be doing more harm than good by softening the wood or would it do that good as well. I have googled it and got conficting stories.
Rather than seal in any damp that has got in....
Perhaps a spray with "Cuprinol Clear" wood preservative... dont know just guessing...
2wheels, 4 wheels, 6 wheels, as long as they go round.