FibreDecor - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-08-2003, 11:57 AM   #1
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We am thinking about using this on the ensolite to cover so that the few places where the stuff is showing wear looks good. The manufacturer emailed me back and said as long as it was primed first it will work. I saw a demo on them putting it on a wall and it
looks great. A lot of colors to choose from and it can be painted if you get tired of the color. This is sold all over the world and is made here in Canada (Edmonton- Alberta) What do ya all think???
I can't scrape it off the ensolite once on but if it works it would definitely make the appearance very much improved. The former owners were not artistic when it came to patching small tears.
Web pictures don't do it justice when you see it in person.

http://www.fibredecor.com

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Old 05-08-2003, 06:31 PM   #2
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i like it!

hey, this may just be what i've been looking for. my poor old love bug's ensolite has seen better days and the seams have been messed up really bad. a coat of primer/sealer, then a coat of fibredecor sounds like a plan. i'll check out my local home depot (us) and see if they have it.
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Old 05-08-2003, 09:29 PM   #3
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which color are you thinking about using?
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Old 05-08-2003, 09:38 PM   #4
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Hi Wilma, As long as you don`t paint ,if you happen to sell your trailer or get tired of the coating you can just wet it down and take it off the walls and take it with you. I used it in our home washroom and it is great but they suggest that if you use it in wet areas to mix in some bondfast glue I believe. Can`t remember for sure but you`ll find out in the instructions. Also if you have some mixed and left over just toss it in your freezer to use for repairs. Neat stuff...Benny
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Old 05-08-2003, 09:43 PM   #5
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removal

"I can't scrape it off the ensolite once on..."

Their site says:
"When you're ready for a change again, FibreDecor is easy to remove by
totally saturating with hot water and scraping off the wall or by simply
removing with a pad type wallpaper steamer."

This looks like the stuff they demonstrate at home shows where if you get
a scrape on the surface, you can just re-wet it and smear it around to
cover the blemish.

I've never used it, but it looks like it would work ok.

Since you sort of press it out with a roller to get the coverage, one
question might be how it would work against a softer surface.
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Haven't decided on a color yet, need to decide on the new cushions
first.
Likely white.
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