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Old 04-09-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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re-upolstering the coach

Took out the couch.dinette cushions and all the window valances and everything else that needed to be recovered. Should get the stuff back in 2-3 weeks. Already replaced the recliner.now all i have to do is have someone to rip out the carpets and install a new wood floor then it will feel like new again
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Old 04-09-2012, 10:37 PM   #2
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was it as tough as it looks ??or did it come out easily ??
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Old 04-09-2012, 10:52 PM   #3
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everythig came out ez,getting the couch out by myself was a little trouble,there was about 19 pcs + the couch
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flasher, I took our motor home to a dealer to get a price on putting new carpet down. 1800 is what they wanted. my wife told me to get a bucket of water and carpet cleaner and get her done. hope you well on getting yours done.....
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I was quoted 800-1,000 for wood floors. Think thats kinda high.
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I have 250 worth of laminate to do my floor ..and should get it done on the weekend ..I hope ..the ceiling looks terrible ..but the floor is worse ..
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I just finished putting wood laminate in my Damon. Used a really neat recycled cork & rubber underlayment withgreat sound deadening. About $350 into materials. Took about 8 hours total for the install including trim work. I think it came out very nice. it is actually less noisey now than with the carpet. Was easier than I thought and turned out better than I anticipated.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:07 PM   #8
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Fixing to install some wood flooring in mine real soon now. Just wandering if I should put it in the kitchen area too?
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I have 250 worth of laminate to do my floor ..and should get it done on the weekend ..I hope ..the ceiling looks terrible ..but the floor is worse ..
I hope it comes out good
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we put it in my son's house last year , and my home a few months ago .the dog won't run in the house anymore !! that's a good thing ..can't seem to get the haze off though ..not a bright as when new ,,it is easy to clean ..and looks good ..so gonna try again ..good morning all !!
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