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Old 01-18-2014, 03:45 PM   #1
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Wallpaper Border?

Bought our TT a few weeks ago and have been putting up some decorations to make it a little more personal (much to the DH's chagrin) LOL
I am doing a "lodge" type theme, and wondered if I wanted to put up some wallpaper border, can this be done without problems since there is no temperature regulation? (freezing in winter/boiling in summer) I would use wall paper paste instead of relying on the "pre-pasted" glue. I am going to be putting it in stripes between the cabinets as a sort of headboard-type decoration. Also want to cut out some of the animal silhouettes and create a picture and use decorative duct tape for a frame in the bathroom. (nothing heavy on the walls or things that could fall)
Thanks for any advice you can give. I would think since I see all sorts of wallpaper boarders on all sorts of trailers, it would be fine...but don't know if I need a special glue because of temp fluctuations.
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Our TT had wallpaper border in it. The heat made the joints come loose when the TT wasn't used in the summer. We finally took it off. Did not try using glue to put it back on. It might work.
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Thanks! We have a border behind the galley area, but just didn't know how it was glued. I'm gonna try a vinyl-to-vinyl and keep fingers crossed.....but waiting for warmer weather.
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