I'm giving another attempt at insulating my 1971 Trilly 1300..
Acquired with original ensolite already ripped in places, so I wire brushed and sanded all interior walls/ceiling down to the fiberglass.
The plan is to install an insulating layer followed by marine headboard liner.
On the first attempt I tried putting up reflectix bubble wrap from Home Depot with 3m 77 spray adhesive in a can. A very expensive & discouraging lesson later, The reflectix unglued itself from the fibreglass after the summer heat. I suppose the silver lining is that I decided to wait with the marine hull liner install..
After lots of forum reading, I am attempting once again. This time I'm looking to purchase proper Ensolite from the foam factory (unless someone has any leads in Canada?) btw IR Foam no longer does retail Sales since October, wholesale only with a business license
Question: which type of Ensolite is most recommended for my application?
So far I have found this Suggestion:
Polyethylene closed cell Foam Roll from Foam Factory:
(60" wide, 1/4 " thick, 50 foot roll (2lb or 4lb density)
Does anyone know what density is best for insulating a fiberglass trailer? I'm assuming the density will have a big impact on playability of the foam in the corners of the trailer?