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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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How does anyone update the base so that you have a flat floor? Has anyone ever put plywood in? I just bought this house and want to make it safe for my kids to be in. I was thinking maybe plywood/carpet. but am open for ideas. The house is missing 3 of the 4 hole covers. Thanks in advance.

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Try a rubber mat, similiar to the ones used behind a bar. I think they sell them at Menards. They are designed to be wet all the time and are very durable and can be rolled up for storage. I use one in the floor of my otter and it works great. It can take the jerking that I give it after it gets frozen to the ice.

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It won't make the floor flat, but to get rid of that slick-when-wet floor, bring it in to get dry and warm, and then put several of those stick-on shower nonskid appliques like us old people use. The flowers and fishes look nice.[manful flowers, of course]

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