Motorhome Quick Tip: Walking Sticks

Photo of adjustable trekking poles used to hold RV interior panel in place for gluing

After one of the upholstered panels fell off the wall in the cockpit area of my motorhome, I needed to glue it back into place. Problem was, I didn’t have any way to keep pressure on it while the glue dried. I used adjustable walking sticks, butted up against the panel and a board on the opposite pillar, to create pressure on the area until the glue bonded. It worked so well I also used the method on the panel below the window.

Klaus Golombek | Bellingham, Washington


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  1. I heard that there is a procedure that covers the outside of your MH. I have a 2015 Class C Jayco Greyhawk and it has a few areas where the paint is sun faded. It was described to me as a “coating” that goes over the old paint to make it look like new. It was described like it is a “sheet of film” that goes directly on the surface? Any ideas as to what it is. It was a passing conversation and I have no way to contact this person.

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