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Planning a rodi, mixing station, and sump over hardwood floors. How to protect them?

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I'll be installing a sump in a bedroom closet, on the other side of the wall from the tank. I also plan to plumb a kit sink as a water source and drain. What's the best way to protect my floors long term?


Put everything on stands so I can clean spills underneath? Some sort of rubber mats? I'm thinking like those all-weather trays in SUV trunks...


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Maybe build a plywood tray with a 2x2 lip. caulk the cracks, then coat with flex seal paint. Then it can be a custom fit to protect the entire space and can be removed in the future with no damage to the floors. As a bonus, its inexpensive. 

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