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    Default Replacing a ceiling

    What is the best material to use when replacing the ceiling in a pop up? Also, are there any specific challenges that I need to know before beginning?

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    Default Re: Replacing a ceiling

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNNRV View Post
    What is the best material to use when replacing the ceiling in a pop up? Also, are there any specific challenges that I need to know before beginning?
    Good question. I don't have an answer for you but wanted to welcome you (belatedly) to the forum...and also draw some attention to your question so some of the other members had a chance to see it.
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    Default Re: Replacing a ceiling

    I've never tackled a project like that, but the first material that comes to mind is Fiber Reinforced Plastic, commonly called FRP in the trades. You may have seen some form of it in commercial bathrooms where it's usually textured to resist graffiti artists, but it does come in smooth sheets. The stuff is fairly easy to cut, highly durable and, maybe best of all for a camper, easily cleaned.
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