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Old 09-07-2019, 06:14 AM   #1
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Decided to re do my steps

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What did you use?

Did the dog assist?
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RvPioneer. Yes Marley the Jack Russell stood over the job. We removed all the old carpet and sanded the steps down and coated them with roll on bed liner. Worked real well.
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We had ours redone with a product similar to the original but in a darker color. I had previously kept carpet remnants on each step to catch dirt. We take our shoes off at the door so we’ll try no carpet on the steps for now.
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I have had pretty good results with the same type product on other projects like tool box lids, inner fender wells, dolly and trailer fenders etc...
The area around the driving lights on my coach is in pretty rough shape. I had given some thought to trying some of the bed liner there also but have not done it yet.
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