RV Trim and Water Damage Repair March 20, 2015 webadmin ⋅ Water Damage ⋅ Description Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « Building the Victorian City: Splendour and Squalour – Professor Simon Thurley » DHM Building Maintenance Service –Central London UK 12 Comments The Handegard April 15, 2014 @ 2:55 pm Add a message to your video WyattEarp387 June 7, 2014 @ 11:49 pm Hell its beautiful, well not as much as the yellow stuff, but it will work! wahoohick August 24, 2014 @ 9:38 pm Great video. I have water damage in that area as well, but mine includes rot where the bolt holds the corner floor to the frame in the pass through storage. The bolt is still there but has no wood to hold onto. IS this a self, fixable job? Do you have any tips on repair? My trim and siding panel is coming away from the camper similar as yours did.I could do that repair but that bolt in the corner floor to the frame concerns me. Thanks for any tips you can give. Mac - D Oien August 26, 2014 @ 12:20 am Thanks for posting, I give it a thumbs up… PS how is the foam repair holding up? did the screws really bite into the foam and hold……..!!?? I can’t imagine it would… but that’s just a guess. I had to replace my water damage with pressure treated 5/8″ plywood.. it was a daunting task..!! M.D. Martin August 30, 2014 @ 9:19 pm I just bought a 1973 Shasta that was already partially gutted. I am going to turn it into my writing studio in the backyard but it has some areas especially around the trim that need to be fixed. Thanks for the video you have give me some direction on how to proceed. George Ramos August 31, 2014 @ 8:16 am Very poor job ratten wood should be removed totally no short cut fiix replace with new board of wood I’m not to impressed with your RV fixing solution idea. Clarke Kesler September 7, 2014 @ 11:15 pm The Handegard…Thanks for the great tips….. altho…. put some Polyethylene (plastic sheet) over the support board and the Expanding foam will not stick to it as much…..also I found when calking… use some blue tape to mask the area so as not to have excess calking and fingerprints all over the siding….Leaving a nice 1/8 inch bead ….. A great job for a DIY’er ….. inspires us all…. !!!! neonlittledog October 20, 2014 @ 10:29 pm Thanks,I’m getting an older t.v. an the molding is coming of an I was wonder how I was going to fix it an you brought back memories of when I used the foam on some rust holes on my old Ford 1999 f150 0only I left the board on stuck to the foam it worked …lol. I well probably be looking for some more how to videos from you,thanks again X RACER November 8, 2014 @ 4:39 pm I liked it Good job,with some inovative techniques. like the expandable Foam. I will definitely try your methods. Thanks for sharing Danny Vaughn December 21, 2014 @ 12:50 am I thought it was a good fix. I have a camper also and the wood in these things are not the best so do what can. best wishes ” sláinte mhaith” Mary Ann Hook February 2, 2015 @ 10:14 pm After spraying the foam, did the screws hold tight in the foam? PonyPower71 February 23, 2015 @ 10:59 am This is a what not to do video. This is what you should look for and avoid when buying a used travel trailer.