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Old 04-28-2016, 07:16 PM   #57
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On this trailer it already had ensolite, so I cleaned and repainted that.

My other Boler I removed the ensolite as it was mold and gross behind, and used reflectix, a product you can get from any home improvement store, then on top of that I put indoor/outdoor carpet. It's the green boler on my site OurBoler, Family Outdoor Adventures

I have heard if you leave it as just fiberglass you can have condensation issues, although I have never tried it.
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Old 05-01-2016, 11:45 AM   #58
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I have a 1974 Boler I'm in the process of renovating. The ensolite is in fairly good condition but showing its age. I've read on this great website that removing the ensolite is a big job and best left in place. Has anyone just left the ensolite in place and glued headliner to the surface? My concern is whether or not glue will adhere to the painted ensolite that I have. The ensolite in my Boler is well glued to the fiberglass. I'm interested in gluing headliner for esthetics only.


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Old 07-03-2016, 06:16 PM   #59
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... but i found an hour, so I painted the furniture and installed the fridge.

It was a hot dry day, making the paint dry quickly. 2 coats of paint where quick with a little foam roller.

Then I found a moving strap in the garage, so I used that to install the fridge.



Sorry for asking a question on such an old thread, and about a Boler you no longer have... What paint did you use on the cabinets?
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Old 07-04-2016, 12:40 PM   #60
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I went to Rona and got paint meant for out door furniture. Since moisture can build up I wanted something that could handle water. I use a multi purpose primer to make sure it sticks well.

Have fun with your project, I hope to find another project soon
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I went to Rona and got paint meant for out door furniture. Since moisture can build up I wanted something that could handle water. I use a multi purpose primer to make sure it sticks well.

Have fun with your project, I hope to find another project soon
Thanks, I'd not considered that particular option for paint... I'll look into it.
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