What did you use to attach the Reflectix insulation to the side of the camper? Did you add it anywhere else besides under the benches?
I used 3M 77 spray adhesive. Any spray glue would work, 77 might be over-kill
. The Refelctix is rigid and does not need much to keep it against the wall.
I used Reflectix under the benches, behind the fridge
, under the kitchen counter and around the kitchen window, in the upper cabinets and the lower part of the closet. Where it would be visible (closet, kitchen and cabinets) I covered it with tempered masonite.
I covered the ceiling, bathroom and walls in the bunk area in ensolite and painted it with many coats of latex.
The trailer is really quiet and cooler in the heat
, warmer in the cold
Sometime in the next week or so I'll start a thread and post pictures and an explanation of our remodel.
Here's a short list of what was done:
New kitchen cabinets, counter and walls.
New overhead cabinets and doors.
New arched bulkhead and folding table.
cabinet including wiring for a Microwave
Added 12V circuit to Fridge
Replaced 2 burner cook top with 3 burner stove/oven/heater (original type of stove)
Replaced water heater
New insulation as above.
New flooring in bathroom and cabinets.
Added 12V outlets.
New LED kitchen lights
New cabinet by front door.
95% stainless screws outside, 80% inside.
New spare tire cover.
for more ground clearance.
Strengthened frame with doubled tubing.
Painted interior, new curtains, etc.etc.etc.
Be glad to help if I can, just ask.