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Rubber flooring

Postby Cruz » 13 Aug 2010, 08:01

Found this site if anyone is after re-fitting their camper kitchen area with rubber matting

http://www.polymax.co.uk/Catalogue%20Pr ... 0Circa.htm
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Re: Rubber flooring

Postby scottbott » 13 Aug 2010, 21:17

was looking at this stuff in a day centre yesterday,looks good,do not know about buying it as it looks like 10 m lengths will be a bit too much in the van!
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Re: Rubber flooring

Postby Cruz » 14 Aug 2010, 08:41

scottbott wrote:was looking at this stuff in a day centre yesterday,looks good,do not know about buying it as it looks like 10 m lengths will be a bit too much in the van!


The site says

"Rolls can be cut from 1 linear metre lengths up to 10 metres"

"This product is priced per linear meter
(1200mm wide x 1000mm long x 3mm thick)"

It's £20 per metre and shipping is £11

However

I have just remembered I got my flooring from Parrs however they only sell black and blue. I got blue

http://www.parrs.co.uk/sessionID/YSB/pr ... g-B016.htm
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Re: Rubber flooring

Postby scottbott » 14 Aug 2010, 21:36

sorry did not notice that you could buy from 1 metre,will bear that in mind when I replace the carpet in mine
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Re: Rubber flooring

Postby silverbullet » 15 Aug 2010, 20:51

Some folks at VF last year (VW Flooring?) had some square studded flooring which was a nice match for the squares on the caravelle cab floor heater ducting. The squares are exactly twice the size so look nice and "factory".
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Re: Rubber flooring

Postby Johny B » 16 Aug 2010, 09:55

I put in the flooring that goes in hospitals looks really good and is non slip
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