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tinman7 02-26-2004 11:10 PM

Vinal wood walls
 
Does anybody know how to reglue vinyl walls?My vinyl over wood walls between the bath and bedroom is peeling. It was sitting for 17yrs when I bought it and everthing else was in good condition except for that and peeling under the upper cabinets.
The AS is a 1976 rear bath overlander. Any thoughts,I hate to have remove it!

Rog0525 02-26-2004 11:42 PM

tinman. if you're speaking of the vinyl wallpaper on the wood tub/shower wall, I don't know of any way to reglue it but maybe someone else will.
In a '60 Overlander with that peeling I formerly owned, I removed it, stained the wall and applied several coats of marine grade Varathane. It turned out very nice.

Rog

Happycampers 02-27-2004 05:53 AM

same problem
 
We also have a 1976 but it is a Tradewind.. the vinyl covering is coming off at the head of one of the twin beds.. wrinkling and lifted... any thought.. ??? had thought about lifting up and reglueing it? Annie

j54mark 02-27-2004 07:50 AM

I suppose vinyl wallpaper adhesive would work, but I think I would try 3-M spray ahesive, or a similar product.

Mark

TomW 02-27-2004 10:45 AM

Clothes iron
 
I have not done what I am about to suggest to an Airstream wall, but it would have been in my early thoughts if I was in your situation:

How about a clothes iron on low to medium setting? Place a dish towel on the peeled area, and iron the towel with a circular motion. The dish towel will protect the vinyl from getting too much concentrated heat.

Hold the starch though...


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