The bottom pan of my critter nation is barely hanging on. I think there's more holes than there is plastic. Was thinking of getting a replacement pan, but they're kind of expensive (especially if this will be a recurring expense) and I'm hoping to upgrade to a DCN in the future.. I was originally thinking of just getting a replacement pan and making wooden scatter guard-like borders that would somehow shield the rim/edges of the pan from rattie teeth, but the curved corners and ridges of the CN pan might make that tricky. The Bass metal pans are also kind of expensive (s/h taken into consideration), and seem heavy/hard to clean (i like to clean the pans in the shower). Then I watched a video on C&C guinea pig cages, and thought: What about Coroplast (corrugated plastic)?
Does anyone have experience using coroplast? I read that it's non-toxic (food safe surface), durable, easy to clean, and easy to assemble.