Our MMP (Mobile Money Pit) had damage to several of the basement doors, so I did a temporary repair with duct tape, a true redneck maneuver LOL, but it will keep out the water till permanent repairs are made and the MMP is painted.

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Hi Russ, I'm thinking for a cheap  permanent repair you could get a gallon of Hurkuliner or similar product roll on truck bed liner and roll it on your doors and follow up a few days later with paint. It is a poly type of covering and it will have a texture to it. 

Hi Rich, you are a mind reader, i was thinking of using Rhino Linings Color-Match bed liner to paint the entire MH as I can get the shade of red DW wants along with the white for the top half. What I have not decided on is whether to use their Eco-Coat on the roof or go with Sno-Coat. Decisions, decisions, decisions. it keeps the world turning LOL

The other liner I am considering is Monstaliner. The only draw back is the more limited colors available.

Like the abbreviation MMP. Friends used some of the shower pan liner I had leftover from restoring my other trailer for a similar repair. Found at lowes. Duct tape fixes almost everything lol......overflow tanks on trucks, emergency butterfly bandages, etc.

So true, So ska, no RV should be without Duct Tape in its repertoire. LOL




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