Patching small holes in Ensolite - Fiberglass RV


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Old 06-30-2018, 10:10 AM   #1
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Patching small holes in Ensolite

Hi! I have done a few searches and can't find too much on how to neatly fill small screw holes in the ensolite on my Trillium walls. They are an aesthetic problem but I know if I don't fix them I'll be staring at them!

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Old 06-30-2018, 06:22 PM   #2
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A lot of people are caulking the seams in the Ensolite so filling a hole would probably work. Search for caulking seams and you should find a few threads. Not sure how much the caulked hole would stand out though since those people who caulked their seams, paint the interior afterward.
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Thank you! Maybe if I find a matching colour...
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Thank you! Maybe if I find a matching colour...
Remember to buy paintable caulking. Don't get it unless the label says it is paintable.
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Thank you! That could be a pain otherwise!
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look under a area not seen. cut a small piece of the ensolite away. Use a bit of Elmer's glue and push a tiny piece of the matching fabric into the opening. the glue will dry clear. Use a little bit of the glue directly into the hole. don't let it run away.
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