Can you use contact paper in a camper?

Is your RV decor in need of a makeover? Self-adhesive vinyl, also know as sticky back plastic or contact paper, is easy, fun and cheap way of updating your RV without doing any permanent changes.

Can you use regular wallpaper in a camper?

Short answer- yes. (Unless it needs to fold up like canvas!) Make sure you use a good quality wallpaper paste, like for kitchens or bathrooms, as campers are exposed to large variations in both temperature and humidity.

What surfaces can you put contact paper on?

Getting Sticky With It: 11 Things Contact Paper Can Completely (and Immediately) Transform

  • Tile floors. …
  • Picture frames. …
  • Flat-panel doors. …
  • Non-stainless appliances (that you wish were stainless) …
  • Furniture. …
  • More furniture. …
  • Even more furniture! …
  • You guessed it!

What can I use instead of contact paper?

Using other craft supplies in its place–such as foil or construction paper–with a simply adhesive such as a glue stick, hot glue gun or rubber cement instead of contact paper’s inherent sticky backing, can allow you to make fun, decorative crafts that appear sturdier as a result of their opacity relative to contact …

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