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Old 05-10-2021, 06:55 PM   #1
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Default 189FBS removing front bunk/cabinet. Need seam tape to match wall paper

We decided we needed more head room than we need cabinet space. We removed the front bunk, and want to get some extra seam tape to cover up the old screw holes. Any one have a source or ID for this pattern/color?


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This is my favorite decor tool -- it matches everything!


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IF you are unable to find anything at any of the 'camper supply' centers ... you can always check at manufactured home dealerships as a possibility.
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I called Cruiser RV, they didn't have any old stock of seam tape, but the person I talked to said the color is Stucco Stone, and they purchased it back in the day from a company called Robert Weed in Indiana. It's no longer made, but they said if I ordered 750' they could make a run. I have a few wall papers on order, I'll update the thread if I find a good match. This one seams to be the closest match so far https://wallpaperupdate.com/p78733/stucco.aspx
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You don't want 750 feet of seam tape? Why?





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Yea, 750' is a bit excessive, I only need 8. I was thinking I might try to make a color photo copy of the wall paper panels I've taken out, wonder how well that would work.



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Or you could weave the seam tape into a new matching awning? Apply it to cover ALL of the interior surfaces? So many possibilities!
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It it was my trailer I’d build a valance to match the other windows....but wall to wall.
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Cover it with a decorative piece of wood trim painted to a close color match or complimentary color.
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The color photo copy idea may be just right. Avery and others make a variety of laser- and ink jet-printable labels on a variety letter, legal, and A-size, sticky back papers. Take a pic, photoshop it into the right size strips, and hit print. Slit the strips you need, apply lovingly to the walls, and Bob's your uncle.

No, I haven't actually tried this but I do see endless possibilities!
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The wall paper is a pretty close match, I think it's as close as I'm going to get. Here is a link to the paper I bought https://wallpaperupdate.com/p78733/stucco.aspx


It's not peel and stick, so I used double sided CNC/Carpet tape to stick it to the wall. I originally put the tape on the wall, then the paper on the tape. I think the better technique is to put the tape on the wall paper, then trim the edge, then tape it to the wall. This worked great for making small patches to cover screw holes.
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Excellent! Well done.
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Thanks! I have a website with all the other projects Ive done to our FunFinder. Slide out table, rock lights, rear bumper/hitch/bike rack, roof fan, heater core for heating the trailer with hot water from the water heater, extra storage, floor insulation, quiet pump upgrade, extra light swtich, solar...



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Great projects and photos -- thanks for posting that link.
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Love the sliding end table at the bed and the one inside the door!
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