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Old 06-19-2015, 11:57 AM   #15
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Stainless Steel

Those tiles look super nice. Not sure caulk or anything else is going to survive the flexing that a fiberglass camper goes through as you drive, but what do I know. I just bolted on a piece of stainless steel using the existing bolts that hold on the furniture (I replaced all the crappy rivets with stainless steel hardware). Cost me $50 bucks? for the stainless steel including $5 to get it cut to size. It is very dirty in this picture, but I like the way the LED lights reflect of of it.
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