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Old 03-12-2020, 02:43 PM   #1
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My new kitchen/table reno - 73 safari

Just finished my kitchen/galley reno. Just need to put on the trim on the base of cabinets and epa foam teak flooring over my current floor.
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Old 03-12-2020, 03:09 PM   #2
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Beautiful work. I like the subway tile.
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Old 03-12-2020, 04:07 PM   #3
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Beautiful work. I like the subway tile.
Thanks Bubba, itís actually stick on tile. Time will only tell if it stays on fingers crossed. I have a heater running in the airstream at 65 degrees which is suppose to be the optimized temp for curing for 48 hours.
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Old 03-12-2020, 07:51 PM   #4
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Thanks Bubba, itís actually stick on tile. Time will only tell if it stays on fingers crossed. I have a heater running in the airstream at 65 degrees which is suppose to be the optimized temp for curing for 48 hours.
We have a backsplash of stickum subway tile I installed when we renovated the 66. All has remained as installed for 5 years. You should be in the clear. Good luck
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Old 03-12-2020, 08:09 PM   #5
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That is gorgeous! What beautiful work.
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Old 03-13-2020, 09:56 AM   #6
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Beautiful! The sink is a great size, love the trailer-trash decal too!
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Old 03-13-2020, 10:33 AM   #7
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Wow that looks great. We have the same 72' Safari trailer, ours is a twin I bet your is too. My wife and I would like to change it into double bed but have not found a good way to do that yet. Did you change out the plumbing under the new sink cabinet? We have the original copper and it is a mess. I would like to see what you did to the table area and if you have done the bath area.
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Looks great! What kind of sink did you have before? I would like a sink like your new one but don't want to disrupt the Corian and wasn't sure if they made a single basin the same size as the original rectangular double-basin we have.
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That looks great. Like the window trim and trailer trash receptical.
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Old 03-13-2020, 12:20 PM   #10
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Such a beautiful renovation!
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Nicely done! It's beautiful.
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Old 03-14-2020, 07:11 AM   #12
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Wow that looks great. We have the same 72' Safari trailer, ours is a twin I bet your is too. My wife and I would like to change it into double bed but have not found a good way to do that yet. Did you change out the plumbing under the new sink cabinet? We have the original copper and it is a mess. I would like to see what you did to the table area and if you have done the bath area.
Thanks. Yeah ours is a twin too. Here are some pics of the dining table. I used a Springfield pedestal for the base and 3/4Ē birch plywood for the top with birch edging.
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Looks great
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Thanks. Yeah ours is a twin too. Here are some pics of the dining table. I used a Springfield pedestal for the base and 3/4Ē birch plywood for the top with birch edging.
What kind of finish did you use for the table top? It's beautiful; I'd like to use the same.

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What kind of finish did you use for the table top? It's beautiful; I'd like to use the same.

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Itís polyurethane high gloss with Stain. Color pecan from Home Depot.
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Good ol' Home Depot! Thank you very much!

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Old 03-16-2020, 10:29 PM   #17
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Here are some better pics of the finished table.
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Looks great! What kind of sink did you have before? I would like a sink like your new one but don't want to disrupt the Corian and wasn't sure if they made a single basin the same size as the original rectangular double-basin we have.
I had the double basin sink. The sink I got was from amazon. The link is below. The new sink is much deeper than the original one and also an under mount, you’d probably want to get the over mount sink for a direct fit. If you were going to replace with a single deep basin sink you would have to replace the plumbing configuration. That’s what I had to do. I could post some of the new plumbing if you’d like.

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Wow that looks great. We have the same 72' Safari trailer, ours is a twin I bet your is too. My wife and I would like to change it into double bed but have not found a good way to do that yet. Did you change out the plumbing under the new sink cabinet? We have the original copper and it is a mess. I would like to see what you did to the table area and if you have done the bath area.
Hey Lendman, I took out about 98% of the copper in the airstream when I redid the rear bathroom floor. Switched it out to pex almost all the way to the front kitchen sink. I have about 2 ft of copper left, the low water drains under the kitchen sink and a small amount of the hot and cold water lines.
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Ok...that is what I am going to have to do sometime. How was it working with the PEX?
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