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  • Bobby Maness
    Bobby Maness:
    July 16Wanting to rid our trailer of carpeting. Except the slides. Anyone DIY and what about peel and stick vinyl wood looking planking to replace it? Anyone tried it?
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    • Bobby Maness
      EarthlyGoodAdventures July 16 Hi, Bobby. I'm also considering removing the carpeting in my MoHo. Have seen numerous references to Menard's as a good source of DIY material. We don't have Menard's where I live, so was excited to get to visit one on our recent cross-country trip. I saw ...  more
    • Bobby Maness
      BestBev July 16 We are also looking at replacing our carpet and linoleum in the living area with vinyl strips. If anyone has done this we would like to hear about it
    • Bobby Maness
      rvericksons July 16 We removed living area carpet and installed vinyl plank flooring (Home Depot, "Lifeproof" brand.) This is a floating type floor and you do not glue it down.  Looks really sharp.  Re-did carpet in slides with new carpet.  Used the old carpet...  more
  • RRStudebaker
    RRStudebaker:
    May 7New cedar dinette with oak table.
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      Sandie J July 16 I removed the carpet from my 24 ft Class C. Lot of hard work on my knees. I used carpet knives and box cutters. Replaced it with good quality stick on vynal. Lasted for 8 years, looks very good. Will do it again in my newer Class B.
  • RRStudebaker
    RRStudebaker:
    April 27New cedar walls and trim work complete.
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  • RRStudebaker
    RRStudebaker:
    April 26New king size bed with custom built cedar nightstands and a stone accent wall. The stone is very thin and lightweight, purchased from Menards and was installed last summer. It has held well through temperature changes.
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    • Patte & Cary and 1 other like this.
    • RRStudebaker
      Cheryl & Ken May 1 Love the look but not sure I would want that when traveling in southern Louisiana or Mississippi.  The whole thing is looking AWESOME!!!!!!
  • RRStudebaker
    RRStudebaker:
    April 10New roof coating, using Duck Coat, easy to apply and has a 20yr. warranty. We sealed everything with Geocel, then applied the roof coating over everything to avoid any future leaks.
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    • RRStudebaker
      rvericksons April 10 What was original roof material?  Was it Dicor, or similar EPDM ?  How old was it?
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      • RRStudebaker
        RRStudebaker April 10 Yes, it is an EPDM roof that is the original roof, on a 2007 model.
  • RRStudebaker
    RRStudebaker:
    April 7The cedar accent walls were purchased at Menards for $18.99/each. Each side of the slideout took 2 packages, totaling 4 total packages and we love the look and smell of the room. 
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    • RRStudebaker
      Cheryl & Ken April 7 Love that look, cedar against brick.  Is the brick a panel or wall paper?
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