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Old 01-29-2009, 04:22 PM   #29
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You mean this one: crazy question..., about roll on truck bed liner...
then there's this one: Total Boler Restoration
It was the second one I was thinking of (Total Boler Restoration), which is also the one Hillary mentioned. Glad you found it - I just didn't have time to look right then.

Now I see that you've already got Reflectix and polystyrene on the walls of your Compact, so perhaps the horse is out of the barn, but maybe it will give you some ideas or leads.

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Old 02-05-2009, 10:44 AM   #30
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Hello all!! We still haven't done anything with the inside of the boler yet (life seems to get in the way!) but the boler is in the garage now and ready for us to work on it. I'm still waffling on what to do with the interior... I really like how easy it is to clean the interior walls the way it is, but it needs some work on the rolling seam areas... the door has a headliner grey material we put up on it when we were first doing the boler... and while I like it, I'm not sure if I want to tackle doing the whole boler in it and not sure about cleaning it... LOL guess I'll have to make up my mind pretty soon...
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Hello all!! We still haven't done anything with the inside of the boler yet (life seems to get in the way!) but the boler is in the garage now and ready for us to work on it. I'm still waffling on what to do with the interior... I really like how easy it is to clean the interior walls the way it is, but it needs some work on the rolling seam areas... the door has a headliner grey material we put up on it when we were first doing the boler... and while I like it, I'm not sure if I want to tackle doing the whole boler in it and not sure about cleaning it... LOL guess I'll have to make up my mind pretty soon...
I am about to do the inside of my Captain and I have to order in the 3m 90. Can anyone tell me approx how many cans of adhesive are needed and do I spray adhesive on both the fiberglass and the foil? Also, does it matter if the Reflectix is foil on both sides or can it be white on one side? If not, which side do I affix to the fiberglass? FYI: The Captain approx. 13'x6'

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