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Old 05-01-2016, 11:11 PM   #15
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Well being a big fix-it type of guy the one thing I learned on my first trailer 20 years ago is it not a home.

While much of the things you fix in the TT is similar to your home. You find
much of the TT is different with the walls and how it finished off and things
are anchored.

I have found fixing wall issue etc to be a big pain since the walls IMHO are
just upgraded cardboard. So I learn to be careful in what I do.

I have discovered 12 inches wall squares that look like the glass tiles that
often go in the kitchen or baths. They are very light and decorative for the trailer. Depends the size of area you are covering it could be a idea for you.

TT: Dutchmen 2014 261BHS
TV: Ram 3500 6.4 HEMI, 3.73 6ft bed 2014.
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