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Old 03-29-2016, 11:35 AM   #15
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The swirls and multiple colors help mask the imperfections of vacuum bonded walls. The bigger the walls, the more important to have graphics.
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Our GMC paint scheme is more to our liking but our Winnebago has the swoops and curls. Victims of the trends.
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The swirls and multiple colors help mask the imperfections of vacuum bonded walls. The bigger the walls, the more important to have graphics.
Having had both hung wall and now vacuum bonded units I can say that the vacuum bonded has fewer "imperfections". But then, not all vacuum bonded walls are the same either.
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The swirls and multiple colors help mask the imperfections of vacuum bonded walls. The bigger the walls, the more important to have graphics.
Interesting point of view
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To each his own. We like the "soft curves" and pastels used on our MH.
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