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Here's one for ya - My interior cushions are slightly crappy. They're that awesome 70's yellow, they have small holes in them which were duct taped, and the foam inside them is gross. Plus the zippers are pulling off of them. I have a nice big piece of new carpet that I think would be a perfect replacement for cushions. Anyone ever heard of doing carpeting inside the cabin? I think it'd provide a bit of cushion for a nap, take up less space compared to 2" thick cushions, look better, and I'd do it in pieces roughly the size of the old cushions so I could easily pull them out and clean or replace them. Sliding a cooler or the rubbermaid "tote" that my anchor lives in would be okay on carpet (corners dig into my cushions) yet they'd provide some friction to keep things from moving on their own (to some extent). I think I'd even cut pieces to run up the sides of the hull. Reduce noise and maybe condensation (I intend to make both) during an overnight with the redhead. I'd use nothing more than velcro strips to hold everything in. Thoughts?
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