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Old 07-01-2009, 01:46 PM   #15
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Retr0bright Gel will clean the bathroom up just fine; there's a thread on here where someone has done just that.....

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Old 07-03-2009, 12:24 AM   #16
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Welcome to the forum. We have a '77 and the Krudd Kutter worked for us. There's lots of good information about paint here. We used the bonding primer from sherwin williams and it has worked well so far. We are using exterior paint for vinyl. There are a few pics in the thread below. I have it almost totally painted now. I could have painted the whole inside of my house twice in the amount of time it has taken me because of all the cutting in. I recommend you tint your primer it will save you an extra finish coat. My wife has gotten wild with the colors. She made new pics yesterday I post tomorrow for you. Some of the tambors are easy to take out. others not so easy. you can actually paint in place the ones with vertical grooves. The others are easy to remove and paint.

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Old 07-03-2009, 01:00 AM   #17
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laminate paint

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I've noticed the clean areas on the ceiling are now smooth not sticky like the dirty parts. I'm thinking about painting the front ceiling wrap-around. I found a product by "Rustoleum" that works for countertops and laminate - it's a roll on paint and if it works, I might also use it in the bathroom to freshen up its appearance, too. I'll research a bit more before applying.
Remember the front ceiling endcap is ABS like the bath. Paint for plastic would be more appropriate. I believe either Rustoleum or Krylon I think makes it in both spray & brush/roll on. About the Rustoleum laminate paint(BTW can be tinted to 16 colors); I found it at Lowes, runs about $23. Other forum members have had success with the paint for tubs/sinks on the ABS in the bath (counter & tub). It comes in a spray version or brush on-self leveling. Where I've considered using the laminate paint is on the divider panels (mine are dark walnut) as they they are a laminate surface. Be sure to post photos of your progress.

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Old 07-29-2009, 05:54 PM   #18
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Wow - I haven't been able to respond to all the great advice as I've been too busy for the past month. Seems that I didn't need to anyway - the discussion has a life of it's own!

I have made some progress. The front gaucho is now out, cleaning continues, and I'm looking at removing the old fridge to see what damage the defrost has done. And, I'll finally post some pix of the curvygrrrl. (Just need to figure how to get it done!)
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