From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Prowler or Phaeton, Fleetwood or Fun Finder, no matter how much money you spend on a fiberglass RV, the sad truth is that other than the million-dollar motorcoach, they’re all put together with staples and glue. And when the factory workers don’t use enough glue, RV sidewall delamination happens.
What is RV sidewall delamination?
RV walls are constructed like a sandwich. Lay two slices of bread on a cutting board, stuff some hearty eats on one slice, lay the other one on top and like magic, you’re in a happy place. RV factories make RV walls in a similar manner as shown in this illustration:
RV walls are made like sandwiches. With glue instead of mayo.
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