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    Deck Tred

    Anyone install Deck Tred from mountain Top Flooring in Black Diamond?



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    Re: Deck Tred

    Quote Originally Posted by zal View Post
    Anyone install Deck Tred from mountain Top Flooring in Black Diamond?
    Zal,

    Actually I just met with Ryan from Mountain top flooring. We are looking at becoming a retailer/installer for trailers/garages/sled decks. The product is pretty neat and super durable. I will post up some pictures once our personal trailer is done.

    *mods please contact me to become a supporting vendor. As of right now we are just trying out the product to make sure it will hold up to the elements.

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    Re: Deck Tred

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigjerry View Post
    Zal,

    Actually I just met with Ryan from Mountain top flooring. We are looking at becoming a retailer/installer for trailers/garages/sled decks. The product is pretty neat and super durable. I will post up some pictures once our personal trailer is done.

    *mods please contact me to become a supporting vendor. As of right now we are just trying out the product to make sure it will hold up to the elements.
    Bigjerry shoot me an email I'll work with you to get you setup as a vendor. Tylerg@snowandmud.com
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    Re: Deck Tred

    What is this stuff?

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    Re: Deck Tred

    just googled it, looks pretty neat, water should drain through but what about dirt and debris that falls through to the trailer flooring? I have a feeling it would look good for the first while but then would start looking pretty rough but will wait and see how the testing goes. Keep us posted please.
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    Re: Deck Tred

    http://decktred.com/

    This stuff looks awesome.
    My only question is how do you clean it?

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    Re: Deck Tred

    Still canít beat NuPoly flooring. 4 yrs now in my trailer and canít even see carbide marks or scuffs on it. Pretty tough durable flooring. Cleans easy with a broom and pressure washer
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    Re: Deck Tred

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman5689 View Post
    Still canít beat NuPoly flooring. 4 yrs now in my trailer and canít even see carbide marks or scuffs on it. Pretty tough durable flooring. Cleans easy with a broom and pressure washer
    Link?



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    Re: Deck Tred

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    Re: Deck Tred

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman5689 View Post
    Still canít beat NuPoly flooring. 4 yrs now in my trailer and canít even see carbide marks or scuffs on it. Pretty tough durable flooring. Cleans easy with a broom and pressure washer
    Ah you mean nudu.
    I have that in my trailer too.
    It's good, wish it was a little thicker.
    Carbides will cut it.

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