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Old 09-07-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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Tioga '82 27ft new owner!!!!!

Just got her!!!! So excited!!!! Going full time end of sept...have a little bit of fixing to do but in all its perfect...do have a few questions though... How do u take down wallpaper off of the walls?? Has anyone just painted the inside instead of re-wallpapered?

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Congrats but you know we have to see pics!! As long as the wall paper isn't peeling paint away!! My last RV was painted on the inside and I wasn't sure about at first then I grew to love it

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Most RVs have a vinyl material that is glued over a thin plywood. As long as the old surface is still smooth, wipe down the walls to get any grease off and then apply your paper, but use the vinyl wall paper paste.

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