Floor (and likely walls) completed rotted... devastated
After taking my Wildwood out of storage, dewinterizing, resealing, etc., the floor was REALLY bad. I mean really bad, and felt as if we'd go right through it.
So today, we removed the sofa base and side cabinets (what a pain that was, they will need to be rebuilt). And not only were the floor screws rusted, but the walls screws on the front wall, and the two side walls near the corner joints were also rusted. We cut and peeled back the vinyl floor...
OMG. It was completely black with mold and totally saturated. I cover push a screwdriver straight through the rotted plywood.
We're absolutely devastated. We managed to get the majority of the damaged floor removed, as well as the completely soaked insulation. Only the membrane remains.
Can not believe how cheaply these things are made! This is my first RV and I'm kinda in shock- from the damage to the quality.
Can anyone tell me what thickness plywood I need to use to replace the floor? Also the insulation thickness? Any tips and tricks?
Not even sure how to tackle the walls...
2010 Wildwood X-Lite 18BHXL Backpack Edition