This was a cheap fix for our walk in cooler rusting. This is only temporary as eventually we will need to replace insulation and floor with stainless steel panels eventually. Our walk in cooler was rusting and had been painted many times so it will take some scraping and prepping!

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6 thoughts on “REPAIRING RESTAURANT WALK IN COOLER FLOOR WITH RUST-OLEUM

  1. Calvin Wong says:

    are there different variations of stainless steel panels for this?
    im looking to do something like this too. but maybe skip the painting?.

    i was thinking to just place the panels on the floor. i don't really want to drill or weld the panels onto the cooler itself. incase we want to remove the panels.

  2. Jim R says:

    can you suggest an inexpensive way to repair rust and corrosion along the bottom of my 20 year old walk-in cooler? When I took the coving off the inside there's lots of rust where the wall meets the floor, and major rust outside along the bottom in the area of the floor drain pipe. Thanks!

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