RV Interior Restoration Done Economically with ColorBond

Posted on June 16 2022

RV Interior Restoration Done Economically with ColorBond

 

Just when you thought that RVs couldn’t be more popular, the pandemic hit. Camping, overlanding and good old RV parks have become the things to do. Plus, the trend of turning RVs into full-time residences (think tiny houses) is increasing the demand for RV’s. With so many older and more affordable RVs out there, RV restoration is gaining momentum. When it comes to RV interior restoration, ColorBond LVP Refinisher can help you get the job done creatively and economically.

With all the hard and soft plastic upholstery and trim inside an RV, ColorBond’s leather vinyl and plastic paint is a natural for RV interior restoration. ColorBond users love how easily they can achieve beautiful, high quality and long-lasting results. The ColorBond preparation and application procedure is simple; Wipe down the surface with ColorBond Prep Cleaner to remove dirt, grime, and oil. Mask off any areas you don’t want to paint and begin spraying LVP Refinisher. If the surface is hard plastic, apply ColorBond Adhesion Promoter before painting.

Every now and then ColorBond users bring their RV interior restoration projects to our attention, and we are always impressed with what they have to show us. Check out these great RV restoration and restyling projects.

Providing unique RVs for use at events is the specialty of Gil Haziza. The company he works with, RV Airstream, uses vintage RVs to provide fun experiences that customers can rent for events. Each has a function such as a Vintage Retro Lounge for hosting and a VIP beauty lounge for photoshoots and brand promotion. These shiny airstreams look cool. Check out the silver metallic interior of the VIP Beauty Lounge, which was designed to match the exterior. Gil refinished the interior in shiny metallic materials and ColorBond RV interior paint. He liked ColorBond so much he’s using it to restyle other of the company’s RVs. RV Airstream’s customers love the results, and so do we!

Chris Hoffman’s Monaco Coach RV needed a cabinetry upgrade. He said the natural stained wood looked far too 1980’s. Chris had previously painted the dash of his RV with ColorBond LVP Refinisher and was pleased with the result. So, he wanted to use the same paint as an RV cabinetry paint. Since LVP Refinisher can strongly bond to the polyurethane with which the cabinets were coated, he was able to do just that. Chris is very happy with how his RV interior restoration turned out. He said the finish is just right; It’s not flat and appears as a semi-gloss. It’s durable as well and didn’t scratch when tested.

By using ColorBond for RV interior restoration, it can cost only hundreds of dollars to repaint upholstery and interior trim. Comparatively, it could cost thousands to replace those components.

More information on LVP Refinisher can be found here.

Reviewed by: Malcolm Johnson

Reviewed by: Malcolm Johnson

Malcolm Johnson founded and operated ColorBond Paint since 1996. He has over 30 years of experience in the automotive painting industry. ColorBond Paint specializes in leather, vinyl, and plastic specific aerosol paint that is OEM approved for automotive manufacturers.

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