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Old 03-08-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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How much Hulliner for a Boler?

So my little project is becoming more and more. I'm going to rip out the ensolite then add Refectix and Hulliner. Does anybody know how many square yards of Hulliner is required for a 13 foot Boler?
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Old 03-08-2013, 02:03 PM   #2
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Check out Robert Johans. He has put that in his unit.
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So my little project is becoming more and more. I'm going to rip out the ensolite then add Refectix and Hulliner. Does anybody know how many square yards of Hulliner is required for a 13 foot Boler?
Jeff,

I called Scamp recently to ask how much is needed for their 13 ft rigs and was told that about 25 square yards. Our Bolers are pretty much the same in size. I'm planning on getting about 26-28 to be safe and in case a mistake is made.

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Perfect! I'll probably go with closer to 28 sq feet. I'm planning ahead for a little learning curve. Thanks!
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Does the Hulllier have a nape? You know, like corduroy? It looks different one way than the other. IF SO, you may need more yardage because you can't just slap it up any ole way... it would come out like a patchwork quilt. I haven't seen it, so I'm asking. You too may need to ask the supplier....
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Does the Hulllier have a nape? You know, like corduroy? It looks different one way than the other. IF SO, you may need more yardage because you can't just slap it up any ole way... it would come out like a patchwork quilt. I haven't seen it, so I'm asking. You too may need to ask the supplier....
Jeff, I'm sure you meant 28 sq yards, not feet, but in case...

Donna, that's a good point you brought up. The samples of Hulliner I got have a subtle "grain" like corduroy. I think if the grain is one way on the walls and another way on the ceiling, it will look just fine. Hopefully, if done carefully, not too much extra will be needed...
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Yep, I meant sq yards.
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soo 28 is the magic number for some one who has never done this before ?
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soo 28 is the magic number for some one who has never done this before ?
That's what I will go with. If you do rough math with a 13 ft Boler, 10 ft long by 6 ft wide by 6 ft tall, the 28 sq yd should be plenty with extra for good measure.
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wicked ! im about to order some for my self and i was happy to see this thred pop up hah. now is that including lining behind the cupboards and what not ?
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wicked ! im about to order some for my self and i was happy to see this thred pop up hah. now is that including lining behind the cupboards and what not ?
That should get you covered behind cabinets.
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