75 dang dollars, I buy just enough birch to trim out the door. This is going to be expensive.
I is raining pretty good today which is not a issue normally. Except when you need supplies. They will not stay dry in the back of the truck.
I had the felting so I stapled it around the door opening, that’s how the did the seam back in the day.
What they didn’t do was flash the doors and windows. I had a roll left over from another project so I flashed the door. Makes since to me, that what they do on all the house they are building around here.
This is another I can’t believe it took all day, days. I built the closet side and had to make sure was nice and square. I’m using this to square everything up. The passenger side is the square and plum as I can get it.
Looking like a trailer again.
Got the floor glued down and trimmed. Came out pretty good. Don’t worry about the missmatched pattern on the left side, it will be under the cabinets.
Finished the underlayment, nice smooth hardboard. Opened the flooring and unrolled it to let it start to flatten out.
Black everywhere. This is the bottom of the trailer with the bed coating. My face looked pretty much the same, gravity is the pits. My hair soaked it up like a brush, guess I’ll have to buzz it off.