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Old 08-04-2018, 09:38 PM   #1
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Filling screw holes in shower

The previous owner of my Bounder went crazy with racks in the shower area leaving me with clips and hooks I want to remove. Is there a good way to fill the screw holes in the shower that will be left behind? Thanks, Tom

Also is there something to fill in holes in the wall paper like in the toilet room? The previous owner loved to hang things like bird plaques everywhere.
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dab some 3m 5200 on the holes.. will NEVER leak, and it's white.
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Life seal would do it too.
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dab some 3m 5200 on the holes.. will NEVER leak, and it's white.

x2 on the 5200
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The previous owner of my Bounder went crazy with racks in the shower area leaving me with clips and hooks I want to remove. Is there a good way to fill the screw holes in the shower that will be left behind? Thanks, Tom

Also is there something to fill in holes in the wall paper like in the toilet room? The previous owner loved to hang things like bird plaques everywhere.
The 5200, as mentioned, will water proof the holes. However you will see the patch.

I have a guy that will repaint the shower interior for you. You won't see the patches. I've done it many times on some of my rental showers and tubs and never had to redo any of them. Some were done years ago. Renters are much harder on anything you can do on your RV shower. There might be someone in your area that does it as well.

I see you're in Tucson. If you ever get out my way, I'd be happy to hook you guys up.
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We just had our entire class A coach gutted and remodeled. There were holes in the tub/shower, yet it was, otherwise nearly new, so we didn’t want to replace it. (previous owners must have had a new unit installed or taken showers at campgrounds). A fiberglass repair shop only charged us $100 and you can’t find the repair with a magnifying glass!
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Iíll use the 3m 5200 for now. Iím out of time to do fiberglass repair or repaint at this time. I have just over a week before I drive it out to Lancaster, CA and start living in it full time while I begin my new job with Lockheed Martin in Palmdale.

My wife and I are trying to decide what to do with our primary house and a vacation rental condo we own in Tucson. Iíll be parking it in a mobile home park and using it as my home away from home. The rentals in the Palmdale/Lancaster area looked old, dated and expensive. At least this space will be mine. And it will give me plenty of time to improve it.

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