New polyfloor fitted

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    Hi yesterday we fitted some new polyfloor to the van,.We stuck this on top of the cushion floor as this was fitted all over the floor at the start of the build so that if any leaks did occur it would not get in-between the van floor and finished floor.I got the floor planks and glue at the back end of last year ( free off a mate :thumb: ) to replace the cushion floor that after 3 1/2 yrs had got a few marks in/on it.We decided to stick it on top of the existing floor.Took about 2 hours to do and another 10 mins to-day to clean it :ROFLMAO: Another 10 mins will be required to mask/ seal around the edges with silicon at a later date :thumb:
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    some more pics
     

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    that looks really good
     
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    What a nice job you have done if i get the time I might have ago at that well done:thumb:
     
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    Nice job Terry , :thumb:

    I've no experience of Polyfloor, how does it stand up getting wet , is it as good a vinyl ?
     
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    Hi Jim it is a very heavy duty vinyl same as they use in shops, hospitals and schools :thumb: easy to lay and once you are through the ( tuff) top bit easy to cut :thumb:The planks I got are about 1 mtr long and 100 mm ( 4 ins) wide and totally waterproof :Cool:
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    excellent job and finish What's your day job??
     
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    excellent .. must remember that for the self build .. :thumb:
     
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    :ROFLMAO:joiner - see my self build in the fun garage :thumb:
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