Attaching Luan Paneling
I apologize in advance for the spelling of Luanne, I'm pretty sure that is not correct. Now for the problem. I purchased a 1995 Tioga MH (runs perfect, only 30,000 miles on engine) for a super bargain price because the previous owners ignored a roof leak and mold took over. I stripped out all the paneling, sofa and dinette and painted the good cabinets with mold killing primer and replaced the bad ones. Leak(s) are fixed and interior wall between the bathroom and bedroom replaced. Insulation was Styrofoam and mold free. The musty smell is gone in the living areas though there is still a slight smell in the cab area on a rainy day. I have been living in it full time for the last six months and working on the remodeling in my spare time. I used Luanne to re-panel the walls and I'm now ready to wallpaper. The problem is the metal studs give me very little to fasten to without using large self tapping screws. Because I'm working around built ins and am not a pro finish carpenter, I have several joints where there are no studs to attach to. These joints will show under wallpaper. Can I glue the paneling to the Styrofoam and if so with what. Any other ideas? Thanks in advance for your help.
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