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Old 05-22-2017, 07:12 AM   #1
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Hello I'm new and have wall covering questions

Hi all!
I am new to this forum and new to having a fiberglass trailer. Just picked up a Minit, have gutted the whole thing, fiberglassed all rivot holes and imperfections (thanks to this forum) and finished painting it Saturday. I've attached pictures for all to see. I LOVE it!
I definitely have questions regarding the interior walls.

I bought vinyl wall covering to go over the reflectix but I am nervous to start applying since the corners are rounded. Anyone have a good way to do this?

Also not sure it if would look best running vertically or horizontally on the walls and the upholstery store lady mentioned overlapping the seams about 1/2"? Thoughts?

Also do you apply the vinyl and then install the windows or is it best to install windows and bump vinyl up to the window seal?

Appreciate any info!!!
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Old 05-22-2017, 08:02 AM   #2
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Hi Michelle,
Welcome to the forum! Your Minit looks great, what a fantastic job so far.
I replaced the interior in my Boler a couple of years ago. I was fortunate enough to be able to use the original material as a pattern when I installed the new headliner. The corner pieces in my trailer were cut into pie shapes to fit without buckling in the material. I am not sure how I would have managed this without the originals though. Hopefully, somebody else has a solution.
As for the windows. Since you just painted and they are out, I would install the interior first. That is what I did, for 2 reasons: first it allowed me to cut out the window holes after I installed the headliner on the wall (much easier to manage a solid piece than it is to move around a cut sheet); second, If the interior covering is behind the window frame it is a much cleaner, more finished look.
Best of luck on your project, have fun and post lots more pics!
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