relaminating fiberglass ceiling structure

Well we have been trying about everything imaginable to relaminate a ceiling structure in a Itasca Windcruiser and finally my husband got something to work. He drilled holes in the roof and used a turkey syringe to push fiberglass resin into the roof between the luan and the fiberglass roof, and it worked , but he thinks epoxy would work better.

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Comment by Rich Thomas on June 21, 2016 at 5:35pm

It's vintage, not old!  For example, I'm of the vintage 1956 and just celebrated the 21st anniversary of my 39th Birthday. I'm a real classic, a well aged individual just interring my prime. Aw screw it, i'm old and my bones hurt, my teeth are falling out and not only do I have hearing aids I cant see either. Yep bifocals for crying out loud. But even with my vintage well aged body I can still get the job done. Congratulations on finding an" Old RV" that can do the task you ask of it. Good luck with it and prayers for your health.

Comment by Sheryl Mason on June 20, 2016 at 3:12pm

We gave up on the Windcruise, cause my health won't allow us to get the work done and my hubby bought an old one that we can camp in right now and she is beautiful!

Comment by Pat Daly on October 22, 2013 at 8:23am

Now that's an inventive solution! Good job...

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