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post #1 of 7 Old 01-11-2008, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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my grandma recently rented her trayler out to some drug addicts and thay tor it up any idea on a cheep yet dependabol replacements for countertops outside chimny covering
flooring
and panneling ? ? ? ?


not a very good idea i will post pics eather today or tomarow

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post #2 of 7 Old 01-11-2008, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
 
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pleas help we half to have this done by feb


we need all the input we can get
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sorry spelled alot of stuff wrong
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sorry spelled alot of stuff wrong
That is the understatement of the year. I hav kno clu whach u is axking
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i need to find a cheap wood for the floor in my grandmas trailer
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You can use standard plywood with one finished side. Sand it, screw it and glue it down and put a clear poly coat on it, or paint it. I'm assuming you're looking for a low budget quick fix. The other option would be assuming there is a solid sub floor without damage, you could buy the 12inch peel and stick tiles. They cost about .45 cents a piece.

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You can use standard plywood with one finished side. Sand it, screw it and glue it down and put a clear poly coat on it, or paint it. I'm assuming you're looking for a low budget quick fix. The other option would be assuming there is a solid sub floor without damage, you could buy the 12inch peel and stick tiles. They cost about .45 cents a piece.

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