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Old 10-13-2014, 04:28 PM   #31
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Has anyone found a USA source to purchase the oak plywood on cabinets walls and the plastic 'L' ( 1"x1/4") that you find on the bottom edge of cabinets?

This is for a 2014 19 footer, I guess it's the same in other models too?

I am doing some cabinet work and need materials. Tried to talk Irma into paint ... but she wants to keep it stock.
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Old 10-13-2014, 05:11 PM   #32
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Has anyone found a USA source to purchase the oak plywood on cabinets walls and the plastic 'L' ( 1"x1/4") that you find on the bottom edge of cabinets?

This is for a 2014 19 footer, I guess it's the same in other models too?

I am doing some cabinet work and need materials. Tried to talk Irma into paint ... but she wants to keep it stock.
I just use red oak with a water based polyurethane finish for any of my trailer mods. There's lot's of variation in the wood pieces already and I'd rather use "real" oak stock and plywood.

Here's what oak looks like on my raised dinette project. Seems to fit in quite well.

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Old 10-13-2014, 07:11 PM   #33
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Thanks for offering. I was thinking in reference to the fridge door.
What I bought and framed would work in the fridge door. The galvanized could easily be painted or just clear coated if you like the galvanized look. Works great for holding magnets.
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Old 10-13-2014, 08:54 PM   #34
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I just use red oak with a water based polyurethane finish for any of my trailer mods. There's lot's of variation in the wood pieces already and I'd rather use "real" oak stock and plywood.

Here's what oak looks like on my raised dinette project. Seems to fit in quite well.

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That looks great Ron! Thank you.

Did you add any brown tints to the red oak? I'm working under the refrigerator so it's all some kind of printed wood or plastic.

The inner edges of the openings are lightly painted brown and I went to my paint store and got a pint of touchup. The color seems to be predominantly brown but doesn't clash with any of red oak in the cabinets (like under the sink and oven).

The printed grain pattern is compatible with the oak and I see reds in much of it. It is also used on thin plastic 'L' and 'dimensional' like under the refrigerator.

Any matching tricks are appreciated!

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Old 10-13-2014, 09:02 PM   #35
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Just remember, not all refrigerator doors are flat. The one in Ten Forward is curved. They got the panel in, so I'm sure it could be replaced, but with something that is pretty bendable.
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Hi Donna!

I thought I saw somewhere else on the Forum who manufactures the interior 'wood' products, and what's the pattern name, but I can't find it.

Do you know what company sells 'painted' (printed) products for RV interiors? Like the paneling and edge trim.



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Dang, I can't find it either. And sorry, no. I don't know who manufacturers the interior paneling for RVs. Maybe we'll both find out!
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Glenn, is this link to the same stuff ETI uses or just the generic stuff?
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I am guessing Stock Papers - Door Oak #314 ?
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