|First, create a template using butcher paper.|
|Next, get thee to the Big Orange Retail Giant (BORG) and locate this commercial-grade rubber anti-fatigue mat. I cannot find a URL at this price, but the item codes are in the inset for reference. Note that there's also a product called a "flow-through rubber mat" which is widely for sale, especially at restaurant supply stores, but when advertised using those words, they tend to be about twice the cost of "anti-fatigue".|
|Twins in form only, not in substance.|
|Money shot! I think it looks tres cool. Circle motif once again (rivets).|
I still have over half of the original mat left over. I will either trim that and use it as a slop mat next to our garage utility sink, or maybe I will cut a piece to fit the Interstate floor near its rear doors, because that is a location where I drag in a ton of sand and mud on my feet. A holed mat segment would help to catch and contain some of that mess before it spreads over the rest of the motorhome.
|With the bucket of money I saved on this little project versus what I might have paid for teak, I'll be able to also afford one of these! Yippee!|