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Old 03-31-2010, 02:50 PM   #1
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New Airstream - change my door panels

Sliding cabinet doors.
I have 2010 CCD 25' International. I am going to change the sliding doors <frosted> to the Ocean Breeze. My current frosted ones are already showing sign of scratches. I called my RV dealer and he said they will swap them out for no charge. Can't beat that!!!!

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From this,.....

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Upper Cabinets only in the kitchen and dining area,Not the same pics of trailer but you can get the idea.
I believe the brown bamboo sticks will really match the floor of our Stream and cushion plus hide the scratches.

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Old 03-31-2010, 02:54 PM   #2
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I totally agree, Shane. With those frosted doors, you can see outlines of some of the stuff in the cabinets. I don't know why they ever made them like that.

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Sounds like a deal to me! That "bamboo stick" material (made by 3Form) is expensive! We bought a sheet (different pattern) for our '56 Safari upper cabinet doors through their Reclaim program...even still it was pricey, but it looks great! Love it!

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Old 03-31-2010, 05:04 PM   #4
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Thanks, I hope it works out. Gonna call them and schedule the "install" next week . They have to fix my black sending unit anyway.

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I totally agree, Shane. With those frosted doors, you can see outlines of some of the stuff in the cabinets. I don't know why they ever made them like that.

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Really we liked the outlines at first. We bought colorful baskets to hold our items in. But it seems like they are impossible to keep clean and the scratches are getting worse. Eitherway maybe I can keep my old ones and swap them out if they are ugly.

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Check out the new "Serenity" based sliders for the Internationals - I think they REALLY look great!
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You could try covering it with window gel clings.
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I saw an Airstream with the clear sliding doors with the "bamboo" sticks today. I thought it looked really nice with the fabric and decor that was in the Airstream. You could definitely see into the cabinets, but if everything is tidy, it looks good. Are those the doors you're referring to?

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I saw an Airstream with the clear sliding doors with the "bamboo" sticks today. I thought it looked really nice with the fabric and decor that was in the Airstream. You could definitely see into the cabinets, but if everything is tidy, it looks good. Are those the doors you're referring to?

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Yep, Those are the ones. I think we are going to just do the ones over the dinette and see if we like it.

Gonna take her in the morning.

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