Please bear with what may be a dumb question...
We have ripped the cabinets, countertops, gouchos and dinette out of our 65 Globetrotter and are now at the same point it seem like most of you eventually get to. It's hard to stop. The floor should be replaced. Ok, so then the walls must come off. Ok, now the bathroom shell's gotta go. Soon we will be down to a bare steel shell, original plan be damned.
Considering then how to rebuild it, I have been wondering if we can approach it differently this time. Instead of trying to make everything in the trailer watertight, could it all just be made out of materials that water won't compromise?
Suppose we made the floor out of cedar, clad the interior shell with stainless panels over that thermal bubble wrap-type insulation and build cabinets and wall partitions with marine grade birch.
Ideally, I'd like to make a wet room shower directly on the same cedar floor without a liner.
Could it work?