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Old 11-26-2013, 09:31 PM   #15
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I will look at rat fur in a new light. Sounds like a wonderful person.
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Old 11-26-2013, 09:42 PM   #16
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Michele, I think if you prefer mohair.. it's perfectly okay. I was just attempting to put a bit of history to something.

Now, ensolite... which we call "elephant skin," I don't think any all molded towable owner has ever had an elephant as a pet...
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Old 11-26-2013, 09:57 PM   #17
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Really have a problem with rat tails. I imagine them hanging on the wall. I know too much information. Art major.
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Old 11-27-2013, 09:40 AM   #18
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So, while you may think of Willard... I prefer to remember fondly Pete Dumbleton when I hear that term of endearment about the fuzzy walls. [/QUOTE]

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Nice vision. Thump thump Steven King movie?
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On the plain fiberglass surface those window hooks on a suction cup work well to hang small items. I think one person put a mesh bag on these hooks next to the bed to use as a "nightstand" to store small flashlight, glasses etc.
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The furry stuff has been removed from the inside of my Companion, and it is just painted with epoxy paint. I can't imagine glue would be adequate to hold shelves or anything substantial. Does one build a frame that is supported from the cupboards?
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The furry stuff has been removed from the inside of my Companion, and it is just painted with epoxy paint. I can't imagine glue would be adequate to hold shelves or anything substantial. Does one build a frame that is supported from the cupboards?
I don't know if your walls are hollow with an inner and outer shell or just an single wall outer shell.

In Scamps which are single walls (as opposed to hollow) it's mostly either attach thru the wall typically with rivets or some replace those with stainless steel screws small enough to use with the snap caps to cover them.

The other way things are attached is by "tabbing" which is using fiberglass cloth and resin to attach wood blocks or rails to which things can then be screwed. The couch or bench seats have this around the outside wall. It's almost like taping the wood to the wall with some layers of fiberglass so you have something to screw into.

Owners of hollow wall eggs may well have some different ways of attaching things that work better for that type of egg construction.
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Mine are single thickness. Sounds like I won't be doing any of that till next summer. That's fine.
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