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Re: replacing the interior cabin sides and shelf fabric?

Originally Posted by Southron Spirit View Post
my hull is some what sticky fiberglass unpainted i guess the previous owner took off what ever was on there , i am thinking of white FRP fiberlass pannels glued in place
You'll usually have trouble putting flat panel material onto the compound curves of the inner hull (ironically called ceilings!)

I think carpet is generally a bad idea anywhere on board other than the odd small mat, but a non absorbent vinyl/foam with the ability to take some shape should be alright.


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