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Old 09-14-2014, 10:43 AM   #1
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We are Casita owners who are just curious about the larger Escapes. Quick question: is there some kind of finish applied to the interior fiberglass walls? Carpet? Polished gel coat? Just wondering.

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Old 09-14-2014, 10:49 AM   #2
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Hi Mark & Claudia, Escape trailers don't have fiberglass walls (like Oliver, U-Haul or Burros) except in the bathroom . The interior is finished with a vinyl, more similar to the smooth Ensolite that Bolers and early Scamps used. The cabinetry is all Oak.

And it doesn't matter the size/model of Escape. The interior finish is the same.
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I remember when we used to call it Naugahyde (brand name) in the 60s and 70s:

Naugahyde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Most ridiculous name I've seen for vinyl: "leatherette".
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Old 09-14-2014, 04:31 PM   #6
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The liner is a type of headliner for vehicles. It is quite a bit softer than the Ensolite usually used in classic "egg" trailers such as Bolers and Trilliums, but like the Ensolite it is foam-backed. Also unlike Ensolite, the vinyl is fabric-supported (as Karen mentioned, like Naugahyde).
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Old 09-14-2014, 04:52 PM   #7
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The cabinetry is all Oak.
It isn't actually all oak. It looks like oak.

Okay, I should have said wood oak look, rather than white fiberglass... which is typical in Scamps and Casitas.
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We are Casita owners who are just curious about the larger Escapes. Quick question: is there some kind of finish applied to the interior fiberglass walls? Carpet? Polished gel coat? Just wondering.

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If you can't cross paths with an Escape to look at, try emailing Escape at their website and ask for a sample. When I did they sent me pieces of the interior wood, stock formica, cabinet edging choices, and a piece of flooring all free. I believe the wallcovering has an R-5 insulation value, has foam behind the finish layer.
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