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Old 01-19-2014, 11:58 AM   #1
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Layout of walls 89 Pace Arrow

Does anyone know where I can get the wall layout for my 89 pace arrow. I want to do some remodeling but not sure what I will be getting into is it better to cover walls or replace.
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:57 PM   #2
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Walls will probably just be panels stapled to studs, maybe aluminum.
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Are you talking about stains being the issue? Or loose wall paper material...? I have a 1990 pace arrow and I believe the studs are wood.
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homeless, The area around the bathroom, bedroom and the stove top are the areas we want to redo and yes there is some peeling of wall paper in these areas. im sure even though the inside is original its in super good shape but smells old will be putting vinyl laminate on floors and redoing some of the walls I hope it is wood and can be done without to much trouble its our first motor home and have yet to experience a trip
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I had loose material on my walls near the floor. I have worked on many a mobile home and when construction is done as mobile homes are, its not always good to try to tear out sections because there glued and screwed before the interior walls are installed. And many times taking out sections can hurt the integrity of the whole structure. Of course with out actually looking at your case I can offer only this suggestion and that is to add to instead of taking away. And as for the smell, try to use fans and blow out the area. If it is dry the smell should subside... I suggest bleach for mold but be careful you don't hurt the carpet....
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Thank you for your insight, I don't want to tear out any walls just redo the paneling is this what your talking about being glued and if so what do you suggest I do, panel over or paint, just want a brighter area by dinette and that area.
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If what you smell is just OLD, then air it out and prime with something like KILZ. Then paint. If what you smell is MOLD, then that must come out and you start over. If painting works, you are good to go. If painting does not work, then you can cover walls with something and go with that. Tackle it in stages, and stop when something works. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

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lol no its just old smelling like grandmas old house, carpet and everything in it is original but in excellent shape but we want to brighten it up and make it ours.
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