We have been up to our eyeballs in trailer restoration.
I have been spending all of my free time working on it.
As well as time that isn't free.
Seriously my house is a disaster.
If you come over I will only let you in the garage, and I will be a sweaty mess wearing the same gross painting clothes that I have worn for three days.
I actually don't think we have any clean laundry, so I couldn't get dressed if I wanted to.
One thing that has made this project particularly miserable is the heat.
I'm glad we were able to fit the trailer in the garage because
it's a few degrees cooler in there, but it is still really, really HOT.
I try and get the boys to help whenever possible.
I highly believe in boys doing hard manual labor.
I do it, my hubs does it, the kids gotta learn sometime!
For the floor we used - Peel and Stick linoleum tile.
(I spelled linoleum wrong on the picture... too bad I'm not going back to fix it.)
I love this stuff! An inexpensive, affordable and durable floor.
And it's easy to lay down.
When making cuts you don't need to cut all the way through,
just score it and bend, it will break along the score line.
Walk on it or lay heavy things on it to get it to really stick down.
We don't want to put the door back on because that's just one more thing we have to worry about leaking.
So the hubs has a plan. I glad he has it covered because... I am at a loss.
This work is really exhausting.
My 6 year old beat me at tic-tac-toe five times last night.
That's how much brain power I don't have left.
Maybe I will go throw a load of laundry in real quick before I head back out this morning.
I know that this camper will be so much fun when it's done.
Looking forward to the good times!
How to instructions - The Complete Vintage Travel Trailer Restoration Website.
Supplies - Lowe's and our local Camper Repair Shop
More supplies - Vintage Trailer Supply