Originally Posted by Loksi
I want to replace all the carpet on walls and ceiling.The flooring will be replaced with vinyl. My trailer had been home to a huge beehive and large areas of the carpet are saturated with honey and rotten. The honey even wicked up the walls and around windows
. I won't be doing the work myself but have found someone to do it.
What a mess! I've heard of such things, but not yet on this forum in a fiberglass trailer.
The marine carpet in the link doesn't appear to have any insulation at all, just a rubber backing.
I'm curious about your aversion to Reflectix... it is a two-layer process, of course, but by most accounts, it (and the final headliner layer) are easier to work with on the compound curves compared to the alternatives. Unlike Scamp's rat fur, marine headliner products are available from other suppliers with a more carpet-like appearance and feel.