Updating manufactured home


I needed as much paper as possible left on the face of the cabinets to act as a shield for the paint against the dry, brittle, and very thirsty particle board.Once I sanded everything down to get the loose paper off and smooth the particle board edges, I cleaned it all using warm water and industrial cleaner that we had found at Big Lots.The cabinets are, of course, the cheap particleboard with a very thin paper veneer printed with an image of real wood.I bought Kilz Primer and the premium Valspar paint at Lowe’s, along with premium brushes and rollers.If you are buying a new manufactured home, you will need to decide which company will be building your new home.You want a home that is within your budget and built with solid construction and quality workmanship.If you're up for a bigger project, you can remove the paneling altogether and replace it with simple drywall.

You can also sand the surface to lighten the wood, significantly improving the overall look.

The owners found a typical single wide that was well maintained and they turned it into a gorgeous home with wise use of texture and color This before photo shows what the home looked like in the beginning.

It’s you basic single wide with neutral palette and pitched roof.

But mobile home windows have a number of special considerations, particularly if you’re retrofitting outdated windows in an older model.

Here’s what you need to know about the process and costs to kick your project off right!

Painting kitchens and bathrooms is not the time to go cheap!

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