Updating manufactured home
I just let it dry and sanded if areas were not smooth and I bought a heavy wallpaper (Sherwin Williams) that was discounted and wallpapered my whole living room. I hate dark paneling because I want as much of the sunlight and light as possible. I think I used about 5 to 6 gallons on a 14 x 70 trailer. I used one that was supposed to cover with one coat.I just bought wallpaper paste and put it up as usual. For the outside, I washed with a pressure washer, which you can rent. I only put one coat on and I wished later I had put on two coats. I otherwise find decorating things at resale stores and yard sales.I am trying to remodel an older (1977) trailer to look modern, fresh and newer. How can I make my trailer look really nice inside and outside without spending too much?How can I paint the ugly dark brown doors and dark paneling? Usually you need to use something that keeps the background from bleeding through.You can always recover dining room chairs with fabric from the fabric store and put on heavy plastic over it to keep them looking great very inexpensively.Right now, I am doing some landscape in my backyard with ferns from the woods and other greenery that is perennial.What a great business to be in to restore homes and improve neighborhoods, all while creating a value for others and yourself.
In my living room I used spackle to go between the paneling.
Manufactured homes typically depreciate in value over time, while stick-built homes tend to appreciate.