Thanks for the reply Donna. This new Scamp
at the rally
was really lined with something that looked like it came off a lab rat!
Right now I'm conducting a very unscientific test in the camper.
This is the south-facing wall of the camper and in the mid-afternoon the fiberglass is very warm.
The lower test patch is just the indoor/outdoor carpet piece.
The middle patch is the metal bubblewrap. (it's from a windshield reflector because I don't want to open the Reflectix until I'm sure I want it.)
And the top patch is bubblewrap with indoor/outdoor carpet piece attached.
From just a simple hand-on-the-wall feel the top piece seems coolest.
I'll go out in the early morning and see which feels the warmest.
Donna, the carpet samples are very flexible and my Compact Jr has pretty much right angles so it should work. I will certainly avoid a jute-backed carpet as I don't want anything that will hold moisture.
Also note in the photo the camper "library". Always nice to read A River Runs Through It when camping. I've seen the movie so many times I can pick up the book weeks or months later and know right where I am in the story.
Also note the "fly gun". This works so much better than a swatter!
A great device for any camper.