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Old 10-01-2018, 07:37 PM   #1
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2013 Palazzo Interior Cracking

Our Palazzo is kept outside under an RV carport near Houston but is not climate controlled. We just realized that all our interior seating is cracking and deteriorating! We do have problems with occasional mildew on cabinets and walls but it wipes off with no problems. We keep our exhaust fan running constantly when in storage. Could the cracking be from moisture? Anyone else had this problem? We will have to have the entire interior recovered but will most likely go with fabric this time. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 10-01-2018, 07:47 PM   #2
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We just replaced our interior last week.... we realized when originally purchased new in '13 that it was cheaper material. Ours was really bad.... cost us 2400.00 to redo all with upgraded commercial stuff(but will last us much longer and does look and feel much better. It truly had nothing to do with the way you stored your unit!
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I would like to do the same, starting with the dinette. I did replace the couch with a three seat recliner sofa and it made a huge difference in terms of comfort. What I mostly want to replace are the vinyl wrapped MDF cabinets that are everywhere! Other than the doors, they expand and become disfigured from the slightest moisture.

Did you replace your cabinets, too? If you donít my asking, where did you purchase your new furnishings?
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just reupholstered the original hardwood.... hardest thing was removing two captains chairs(gotta unbolt from over front tires)
I would love, LOVE to see your 3 chair recliner(please show photos of placement, size in coach)! We would still want to do this once kids are gone.
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Here is a link to my original post. If you follow the thread, there is additional information with details on who to contact. I am not sure if the information provided is still current, though. I hope this helps.

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f281/pala...ml#post3060200
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Old 10-14-2018, 07:36 PM   #6
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I'm surprised it lasted that long. It's cheap, fake leather.
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