He Didn’t Have Cash for A New Camper So He Did This Instead
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They bought a Wagner Flexio 590 handheld paint sprayer to make it easier.
Luckily they were going to add new flooring, so it didn’t matter if the floor got some paint spray on it.
Even though he had never installed flooring before, he said the flooring was really easy to work with. He just had to score it with a utility knife and it would snap apart where the mark was.
They started using the camper, even though there were a couple of small things left to do: painting the ceiling and adding inserts into the upper cabinets.
But, they have a sweet camper, so that’s OK. Sweet!
For another take on a camper remodel, check out this quick remodel by Reddit user landonjohnzoeymary, who also took an old camper and gave it a major refresh. He started with a 2001 Forest River Wildwood 28' Bunkhouse, which got both an exterior and an interior remodel.
Here’s the living area “before.” Yucky!
Voila! Kitchen done!
Nice touch: chalkboard paint on the fridge panel, which they would use to write out each campground’s activity schedule. They were ready to roll!
For the exterior, they caulked and sheet-metaled it, painted it and washed everything down with pro-grade mold cleaner. In the future, they plan to add a canopy and a new AC unit.
Landonjohnzoeymary says the project took them about four weeks. Seems quick! He plans to use it for the year and then sell it to get an older Class A camper, which they may remodel as well.
I must say, seeing all these camper remodels is really making me want to do one of my own. How about you?