This thread has really got my brain wheels turning. (A dangerous thing!)
I ordered some samples of the hull liner from "SAILRITE" when this thread first started and I received them today. This material seems really good, not too hard to work with and it does stretch but doesn't stretch back. Looks like it would form well around corners and a butt seam would really be hard to detect. The pictures that Thom posted about what he did to his van were awesome!
That being said, the ensolite in my Trillium
has come lose in several places, has been painted very poorly by a PO and the plastic seam strips were really yellowed, cracked, missing, damaged and I removed the remainder and threw them away.
I am really seriously considering reattaching the ensolite, gluing reflectix on top of that, taping the seams and gluing hull liner in the "sand" color on top off that.
It would keep me from buying new seam strip, painting
the ensolite and plus the added thickness would give me a lot more R value.
Am I completely insane or do all y'all think it would work?
Like I really need to ask with this group, but, any and all comments about my scheme would be greatly appreciated.