I'm looking for flooring that can be laid on the 2nd story for a homebrewery that would be ideally, watertight enough to hose down into a central drain; or at the very least, water resistant enough to clean large spills up with a wet mop. The room this is being planned for is an L shape about 75sft with MDF over a plywood sub-floor.
Tile is unfortunately a less than ideal for homebrew rooms due to the handling of large 50lbs+ glass carboys that can easily break just being gently moved around on something very firm like tile or cement.
- A large (12x15 or so) single piece of vinyl and cutting it to fit
- Interlocking PVC floor tiles (doesn't seem waterproof enough)
- Waterproof Laminate (also doesn't seem waterproof enough)