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Message posted by sailorbilbo09/4/2019 at 2:51pm
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Hi, again helpful folk. Having removed as much rotted timber from around the front windows as poss at this stage, I am faced with some remnants of wood behind the top shelf which at the moment I am trying to avoid removing, although I may need to reconsider this decision, there remains a cavity between the roof,/ ceiling,/front panel, which I need to fill with something that I can later screw into from the exterior when refixing the front external joining rail. Has anyone used 'fixfoam' expanding foam in this application? I am a little nervous as during my working life in the Building Trade I have witnessed some catastrophe's with this product when used in the wrong applications. I am hoping that someone here has some alternative suggestions for a suitable product, or do I have to bite the bullet and remove the previously mentioned top shelf and totaly replace the lenght of 3x1 timber.?

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Remove the top shelf if not all the good work you done so far will be for nothing,itís the old motto do the job once and do it right that way you get many happy holidays out of your caravan

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