Originally Posted by Jon in AZ
Whatever you do, don't rip the Ensolite off the walls. No matter how bad it looks now, it can almost always be salvaged and with far less work and expense than replacing it.
I agree with this.. HOWEVER, I also wanted to add that removing a small area to work on what is underneath is not exactly problematic as long as you are careful and work slowly - it can be glued back in place very easily. I did this when I had to replace the tabbing that holds the front bunk support in place and after gluing it back, you really can't even tell it was ever peeled back.
That said, I did completely remove a very waterlogged section below my rear window and I probably won't be re-installing that (but I did save it, and I may use some of it for making repairs to other small damaged areas)- it was completely covered in mold on the back, so I am planning to replace it with a layer of reflectix with a layer of vinyl glued on top once I replace the wood table support - it won't be an exact match to the existing ensolite, but as I am planning on painting
ALL of the interior of my trailer so it will match well enough when I am done