What Can I Put On The Floor?

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Rubber Duck's Comment
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I been using tire shine to keep my floor looking amazing but the fumes and chemical burns are killing me. What can I use to keep the floor looking deep black wet and shinny?

Old School's Comment
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I use tire shine on my floors. I've never experienced any of the issues you mention. Maybe try Armorall. I think it should work the same way.

Rick S.'s Comment
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Just keep it clean with Simple Green (non-toxic), and a vacuum.

Why do you need a shiny (slippery) floor? I know you want to keep your truck all clean & purdy, but the "greasy kid stuff" actually attracts dirt and stuff...

Rick

Rubber Duck's Comment
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I was using armoral tire shine gel and it didn’t bother me to much but spreading the gel was a pain. I bought meguiaris ultimate insane tire coat spray for about ten bucks and it was a powerful smells that really irritated me. And rick it actually seems like it makes keeping the floor clean easier using the tire shine products.

I use tire shine on my floors. I've never experienced any of the issues you mention. Maybe try Armorall. I think it should work the same way.

Bullitt_VW's Comment
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Use 303 UV protectant instead. You can get it at any marine store or order it online from amazon.

I been using tire shine to keep my floor looking amazing but the fumes and chemical burns are killing me. What can I use to keep the floor looking deep black wet and shinny?

LDRSHIP's Comment
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By a rug, a couple floor mats and a small bath mat and call it a day. A small rug to go across the area behind the seats in the “no shoe” area. Just simple floor mats for the driver and passenger sides to make clean up easy. And a bath mat for between the seats as a place to take off shoes. Plus since the bath mat has a rubberized bottom it will prevent wet shoes from soaking thru and dirtying up the floor underneath.

PackRat's Comment
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Custom hardwood floors for me.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Custom hardwood floors for me.

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PackRat, I had you figured for ceramic tile and grout sealer. I'm wrong again.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I put a rug down. Unbolted the seat belts and bolted them through it to keep it in place.

Got s small shop vac at harbor freight.

Robsteeler's Comment
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I use pledge on my dash. Repels dust and leaves a nice scent, but even that will be slippery. I use floor mats, and I'm considering going with a large carpet remnant and cutting it to fit. My vacuum broke, so floor is dirty right now. I'm considering my options because I want a compact reliable vacuum for the truck.

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