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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 15:53 #1

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I did a few small upgrades to the interior. I mounted a 22" LED flat screen tv, added a few throw pillows and picture frames (picture frames not captured in this shot). Wanted to put down teak flooring but that project is more involved than I thought. Any other ideas?

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 15:54 #2

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The next thing is I want to put a mirror on the bathroom door. What is a good way to affix a mirror on the door with out drilling holes?

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 17:04 #3

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Hi Wayne. Your interior is just slightly different than mine, for instance, you have a bigger sink and cloth seats, both of which I would like. Looks real nice though. I would try liquid nails for the mirror.

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 20:42 #4

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jeffw;416416 wrote: Hi Wayne. Your interior is just slightly different than mine, for instance, you have a bigger sink and cloth seats, both of which I would like. Looks real nice though. I would try liquid nails for the mirror.


Wow! You would prefer cloth over leather?

Let me google liquid nails. Never heard of them

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 20:47 #5

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I love leather, but tbh ill take cloth instead. Leather is hot/cold, but it wears well if taken care of!

One iof these days we are guna get a drill and a wrench in your hand wayne!

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 22:45 #6

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Hello Wayne;On my 3055 I ordered the same panelling as the cuboards and made the white vynal door under the bed the same and I also covered all od the area around the door .I also put a shelf along the starboard side that follows the wood from the aftcabin to the closet at the front of the vberth.I also took the white fuzzy stuff around the copnaion door and cut out a piece of panelling so ot all matches and look great.I will learn how to upload pictures and post them here or send them to you.I forgot I also changed thetable top to match.A 2001 now looks the same as a 2005 for 200dollars!

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 22:49 #7

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I should proof read what I type;Good thing I dont teach english!

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 22:58 #8

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waynepj3;416392 wrote: The next thing is I want to put a mirror on the bathroom door. What is a good way to affix a mirror on the door with out drilling holes?


Double sided tape like they use on car moldings. I wouldn't use liquid nails!! My bathroom mirror has been up for 7 years so far.

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 23:07 #9

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3 wide;416566 wrote: Double sided tape like they use on car moldings. I wouldn't use liquid nails!! My bathroom mirror has been up for 7 years so far.


Double sided tape doesn't sound strong enough

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 23:46 #10

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Double sided tape and silicone...the tape only has to hold until the silicone goes off.

This is how glass splashback panels and wall panelling is fitted to commercial building projects.

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 08 Feb 2010 23:54 #11

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3M Command Strips I used them to hang a mirror on the back of my door and it is still up after 7 years. YMMV

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 09 Feb 2010 01:39 #12

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colonel;416594 wrote: Double sided tape and silicone...the tape only has to hold until the silicone goes off.

This is how glass splashback panels and wall panelling is fitted to commercial building projects.

Colonel


Many buildings have architectural panels fastened with 3M VHB, with looks like regular double-sided tape (though is 15X as expensive.) It's also used to bond the body panels on fire trucks, semi trailers, etc to the frame in place of rivets.

Tough stuff.

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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 09 Feb 2010 02:49 #13

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Industrial grade Velcro :)
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Bayliner 3055 interior upgrades 09 Feb 2010 05:17 #14

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liquid nails softens the silver on the back of the mirror and can smear off if not careful. glass shops have glue for mirrors. i had the entire door on my 2858 covered with a custom cut mirror because the admiral needed to see her outfits. (women!) 50.00 wasn't too bad

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