Originally Posted by mdpuff
As far as the smart tile is concerned it is very easy to apply. Comes in 10" x 10" sheets, just fancy plastic, you can cut it with scissors or utility knife, just peel and stick. Don't know how it will survive the winter but we will find out! Shouldn't be a problem as it's only about 3/16" thick. But it sure looks great! Much better than before.
Hi akeyzoo, thanks for the compliments! I get a great deal of satisfaction when I complete a project and it turns out good, just stand back and admire my handy-work and I know I have improved the value somewhat. I don't have a hose reel, 95% of our camping is boon-docking, a hose reel would be nice but not high on my list of must haves. Why don't you post some pic's and a list of what you accomplished this summer? I'm sure lots of the fine folks on this forum along with myself would like to hear and see what you did. May be we could start a new thread " Look what I did this summer ". Wouldn't have to be strictly about improvements and renovations but also pictures of places people have visited with a picture of their rig in them.
So people, what do you think? Start a new thread?
Ah, you mentioned in your original post you installed a 50ft hose reel.
Well, since you asked. Not trying to be a one-upper here! hehe.
I did the flooring, went the hard way and did engineered flooring including on the slides. Very proud of the result. Very hard work.
New flooring hardwood for Revolution - documenting process
I de-fogged windows.
Fogged Window repair thread.
Bought a toad and the setup for a toad.
Installed a residential fridge, Samsung 197
Res. Fridge and inverter wiring confirmation plz
Pulled my "headknocker" and a cabinet in master bedroom and installed flatscreens
Installed an Auto Generator Start system (magnum)
Installed a new car stereo with bluetooth phone/siri integration and such.
Upgraded exterior stereo so I have a more modern deck with aux in.
Cleaned AC coils on roof.
Installed improved mattress
Added a hardwired progressive EMS system
Added a scangauge D
I also repaired some failing clearcoat, but cant remember if I did that this year or last ;-)
It's all good. I enjoy this stuff. When my rig is out of storage in my driveway I am constantly working on it. My next projects include finishing the window de-fog, perhaps a power cord reel, LED lights and who knows!