I knew that sooner or later, I'd have to tackle a job I'd been putting off. Today seemed like the right time, so I did it. And, after I finished, I needed a bath in mineral spirits.
That job was applying the roofing coating to the underside of the cabin, to coat the insulation to help keep out moisture and protect the foam from damage. The plywood floor was undercoated before I put it on the frame, but the insulation wasn't added until after the cabin was on.
I raised the trailer a little by pulling it up onto some blocks, but it was still a chore to lie on my back and swab it on with a paint brush. It wouldn't have been so bad if it just went onto the insulation, but a lot of it went onto me. Even though I wore a stocking cap most of the time, I still got some in my hair. Luckily, it is kept brush cut and needed trimming anyway.
I got it all on after letting the can sit in the sun for a while to loosen it up so it would brush on. I had to use paint thinner to wipe the stuff off my skin, arms, hands, and even my chest. It dripped some and got on the old tee shirt I was wearing, soacking through and sticking to the skin in a place or two. Now that hurts when you peel the stuck shirt of a tender area. Needless to say, the tee shirt is in the trash can and I've had a shower.