I recently had the exterior of my Scamp
restored. Everything was taken off / out and then put back on / in after the fiberglass work and painting
was completed. My pretty much flawless ensolite is now not so great looking due to removing and re-riveting everything. There's a couple of tears and a lot of little holes.
Anyway, I'm toying with the idea of adding a backsplash in the kitchen area (might as well now). I don't want to put any holes through the shell to secure it and I'm not going to glue anything to the Ensolite. My seam tape was orange so I removed that with the plan to caulk...and then maybe put new seam tape in--I don't know yet but I won't be painting
HERE IS MY BIG IDEA: I want to get some really strong magnets and work them in under the Ensolite, glue them to the fiberglass and sandwich them in between the fiberglass and the Ensolite. Then I'll glue the Ensolite back down. I'll mount some of those stick-on tiles to a 30 mil sheet of polystyrene, put magnets on the back of that and then BAM I have a removable backsplash. I can probably tuck the edges in behind the kitchen cabinetry to get more support there.
Thoughts? Concerns? Points for ingenuity?