Got a question that maybe one of you has had experience with. I bought an enclosed trailer that I am going to convert to my fertilization/spray rig trailer. This will free up the back of my truck, and eliminate a lot of switching on the other trailers depending on what is going on that day. So like all enclosed trailers I have looked at, when inside the trailer it is just bare wood. It could already be treated wood, but with some of the chemicals we use, and the chance of spills, I am looking to do something with the floors, and half the walls. Something to protect the wood in case of spills. My first thought was to get it basically spray in bedlined. Talking to the shop that does my trucks, they stated being wood, it would not work that well. Second thought was to do cheap stick and peel tile on the floors. This would make for easy clean up in case of a spill, but it is not working like I thought. I started with the rear ramp 4 days ago, and the tile does not seem to want to cure and stick. Sanded, Primed, and stuck as indicated, and still very easy to peel up. So I am stopped at the back lift gate, because I am not looking to waste more money on something that may or may not work. Anyone here have a setup like this, and has done anything to the interior to protect the wood. Ideas and possible pictures would be very helpful. Thank you.