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Old April 6th, 2007, 06:02 PM   #1
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Default What should I use to seal/treat wood on a utility trailer

The wood is already treated, but I want to go the extra step to prolong it's life. What is something good to use?
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undercoating spray the entire thing !
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Good god that would make a mess. :tonka:


Use deck waterproofer/stain
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Use deck waterproofer/stain
Ok, that's what I figured. Someone told me to wait a few months, because with the already treated wood if I seal it, it will rot from the inside out supposedly.
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thompson wood sealer?

if the wood is all beat up and crap I would just use oil like bones suggested.
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I would go with thompsons, there stuff is pretty good
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Old April 11th, 2007, 03:47 PM   #11
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thompson wood sealer?

if the wood is all beat up and crap I would just use oil like bones suggested.
Trailer is a week old.

Can anyone verify the inner rot thing I posted earlier?
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