Since you mention breaking the glass I asume that you have the also common moisture inbetween the panes
. There is no option other than breaking the inner pane or replacing the entire window. Breaking the glass is not as bad as it at first seems, I know, been there done that. Don't cut the rubber seal, it is part of both panes. The outer pane will have to be resealed from the outside. I used 1/2" Backer Rod(any Hardware store or home center)on the inside to apply pressure to the outer pane.
There are two types of laminated flooring
The floating type; Pergo, Armstrong, and others. These floors are of a composite with a fake wood or other photo type finish. Very durable, snap or glue together. One has to use some type of molding (shoe) to hold the floor down. This flooring can not get resurfaced.
The other laminate flooring has a plywood backer and is of the glue or nail down type, simular to conventional hardwood flooring. This is a real wood veneer that is 1/8" to 1/4" thick . Since it is real wood it can and will fade,dent and scratch. Resurfacing, refinishing and touchups are an option.
Since a Camper experiences a lot of flex during towing, most tend to use the floating. I opted for the other since it was more economical (free) glued and stapled it. After 2000 miles i have not experienced any cracking or buckeling of the floor. The finish has held up well and i will screet and recoate the floor next year. I was able lay the floor right up to all buildins and did not have to use any moldings.
The choice is yours, there are many other flooring options besides wood.