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    Master Stateroom and Head remodel

    What started as a wallpaper removal project in December, has turned into a full remodel of our master stateroom and head. Upon tearing off wallpaper on the wall to the head, discovered a previous owner covered up water damage from a leaking hatch. This necessitated the replacement of that section of wall. Decided while we were at it to replace all the carpet (previous replacement left carpet under bed), remove the dark stain applied to cabinetry, replace holding tank, custom water tank forward, new cabinet on Port side and anything else we can think of. Right now I am waiting on parts to arrive and in the meantime am replacing port-light seals and resealing the frames.
    Sean
    1987 3870
    Crimson Pride II
    Past Commodore Mukilteo Yacht Club
    MMSI: 338080226

    #2
    Yep, it seems like we take on something seemingly simple and it morphs into a full blown job!

    Looks like you are making Great progress! Please continue to post updates!

    KEVIN SANDERS
    4788 LISAS WAY - SEWARD ALASKA
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      #3
      Not that I want your project to grow but....check the integrity of the plywood at the joint to the tub near centerline of the boat. Both the wall running fore-aft and crosswise.

      BTDT - have the T-shirt.
      1999 Sandpiper Pilothouse - Current
      1989 3888 - 2011-2019, 1985 Contessa - 2005-2011, 1986 21' Trophy 1998-2005
      Nobody gets out alive.

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        #4
        The Admiral wants to reduce the size of the fabric/foam 'headboard', but first had to remove the leopard print fabric, thick white vinyl and the original Bayliner fabric. Here messages contained lots of cuss words regarding the amount of staples used.

        We will be using a teak edging to finish the shelf edge that runs the length of the bed.
        Sean
        1987 3870
        Crimson Pride II
        Past Commodore Mukilteo Yacht Club
        MMSI: 338080226

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        • Pcpete
          Pcpete commented
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          No sense taking a layer off, just add more....my old command bridge furniture had two layers of vinyl.

        • CSS
          CSS commented
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          We are in the process of redoing the headboard thinking about using flextrim from amazon
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