Just thought I'd post an update with a couple of pictures. We were having a difficult time getting the plywood off the fiberglass floor but yesterday came up with the idea to use an airchisel instead of a hammer and chisel. We got more done in an hour or so than we did all day yesterday. The floor is now down to the fiberglass so we can start fixing leaks
and reinstalling the floor.
First pic is of me using the air chisel..
<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3ea44f400490dIMG_0069 (Small).JPG/>
Next pic is of the floor minus the plywood...
<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3ea44f7008431IMG_0071 (Small).JPG/>
We had to take out all the cabinets and also the door to get the old plywood out. We covered the door opening with plastic and sticky tape.
<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3ea44fc7a6bd2IMG_0070 (Small).JPG/>
Last night it rained (a lot ) and we were able to determine where the leaks are. Nancy was right on.. the belly band has been fiberglassed and is not leaking. The front window is leaking big time and the ceiling vent is also leaking. Both have to come out and be reinstalled properly. Thanks for the tips folks.
We are wanting to paint
the cabinets.. inside and out and would like some input as to what kind of paint to use for this. They are all simulated wood grain. It might be a coating of some kind and I hope it dosn't bubble or peal off when I put the paint on. Was thinking of Melamine if that is possible over the original finish.
So folks what do you think?