Updating old modular home with paneling
Single-wide mobile homes are designed to be light, but the walls of most of them still contain wooden studs.
Manufacturers often cover the walls with 1/4-inch paneling, but the studs can support drywall, so there's nothing preventing you from removing the paneling and replacing it.
So today I’m sharing the three ways we recovered our mobile home walls to get rid of the mobile home look.
I have decided to remove the User Forum from this site since it doesn’t really seem to generate any discussion, but rather, just bogs down my site and makes it slower to run.Start prying at any corner or seam that is loose enough to get the pry bar behind it.Pull out the nails as you remove each panel and store them with the other nails.I’m hoping that discussion will be active if I just get down to business and keep writing here…which is my real desire, but there is always some project going on around here!On a happy note- I do have lots of photos and posts that I can share as soon as thing settle down for the Summer and I can get those thoughts together.
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Caulk the top edges of the baseboards with latex caulk before you paint them with interior latex enamel.