Aluminum paint strippers
best- Eldorado PR 2002 for aircraft
better- auto body methylene chloride
-paint thinner, goof off and paint strippers should work in small areas. Paint on, let it work and scrape off. Use scotchbrite and it must be between 65-85 degrees outside.
Tires. My tires are P155/80R13. Not many places make or sell them like this anymore. Pepboys in Brooklyn Center, MN has them for $38 each.
- If I want to go thicker, the local Tires Plus has P 175/80R13 for $45 each.
My faucet leaks. I found an RV supplier that has them for $5. You have to order by phone and so far there's no answer, but I'll keep trying. They have tubes of sealant for $0.50 each. I just don't know what this sealant is for. Hopefully anything RV related. Here's hoping.
- RV toilet paper that will totally dissolve
-- deoderizing chemical, or cheaper would be pine stove pellets- they absorb 20x's the liquid they touch. $4/ 40 lb bag in the heating section of a big box store. You'd need to plan on using 2 cups a day.
Cushions took about 1 hour each. I mention this, because I paid my way through college working as a seamstress. I own a few industrial sewing machines and I am here to say that these cushions were TOUGH. I know my way around the fabric rodeo and these puppies took time and skill. Just be prepared.
The quick tutorial is 1) remove fabric from cushions. 2) repair holes.
4) restuff with foam, treat with stain preventer.
With the weather too cold to work outside, I also made us camping pillows. 5 matching, easy to wash pillowcases, and see that pocket on each?