I'll preface this post by saying that I'm not fully restoring our Scamp
. I would like to make it look nice enough and functional enough to just get out there and camp-- mainly while my kids can still fit in the bunks!
But here is one of my current problems:
The ensolite is in good shape, but splitting in areas where the PO tried to seal them. They used some type of spreadable sealer, and then painted over the whole thing. So there are two inch wide sections running along seams that look smooth! And the paint
color is a weird pinky flesh color.
So obviously the best choice is to repaint. But a number of issues come up here:
Do I do anything about the smooth patching against the rough ensolite? I found that it peels off easily (see attached photo). So perhaps I try to peel most of it off and start from scratch? But where do I stop "peeling?"
What do I use to fix the seams? What is thin enough to not be so distracting against the rough texture of the ensolite?
What do I use to paint
over everything? because I definitely need to paint
over. I cannot handle this pinky color.
And any other issues you see arising please feel free to note them here! Thank you again for all the help.