Originally Posted by SuperiorAutoLLC
I've been thinking about that as well and I think I'm going to check it out. Something like a black and white checker pattern would be cool.
I also forgot to mention that I had the trailer raised an additional 6" so that I could walk inside it. It is 6'6" as opposed to 6' tall!
You have lots of options. You might be better served to simply get some thin wood sub flooring (it's only about an 1/8th inch thick and the name of if escapes me at the moment) , cut it to fit, tack it down or just lay it down, and then you could actually glue the vynil to that substrate if you wanted. I'd probably only glue the edges and maybe a strip down the center that way it's easy to remove should you need to. The vynil and/or thin plywood could be removed at any time.
I never was much on checkered floors mainly because of the black areas hiding small items that might fall to the floor. However, that type of flooring helps hide wear and tear if that's a concern. So those are some things to consider as well.
I love reflective tape also because it works for its intended purpose. It does have draw backs; rust forming around it's edges, peeling, and removal when painting is needed. I've seen alot of this from being in construction. Of course, detailers take much better care of their equipment. LOL!!!!!