I'm wondering if anyone has replaced the insulation in an airstream with something more efficient? I have a 1963
overlander and see that it is perhaps an inch of fiberglass. In my search for insulation options I came
across a product called "Nansulate" which is a direct result of nanotechnology. A VP of
Owens Corning Science & Technology Center described it as "so
revolutionary, it's being compared to the discovery of fire, the
Industrial Revolution, and the invention of the internet."
It can be rolled on, brushed or low volume sprayed....needs
three coats. Anyone out there tried this? What about any other options? I'm planning to remove interior panels anyway in order to repair/replace wiring and address a few large dents. While the panels are off I'd like to come up with something which will do a better job of keeping out the heat in summer and holding it in during cold weather. Any comments or options are welcomed.