Bob Vila, a home improvement guru and television personality, explains that functionality is the most important thing to consider during a bathroom remodeling job.Consider a shallow medicine cabinet for extra storage. To Glinda: For people with allergies, you could probably use this product it's made to use in Schools, Hospitals & Industrial Kitchens.) the strips are there to HIDE something even more ugly than the plastic molding strips. Here's several places you can order mobile home repair stuff from.Just describe what you need & they'll be glad to help.I live in Washington State so I buy from these guys in Washington State: VJ's Mobile Home Parts & Supply1 (800) 600-69031 (360) 273-6903But if you Google "Mobile home parts" then add your state like "Mobile Home Parts Florida" for example, you'll get a listing of places close to you.
Filling it with Spackle will not work sadly, Even when it looks level and smooth when you go to paint u will see where the gap was. I would use a filler such as a flexible caulk to fill it in most of the way then spackle over it. It has an Alcohol Base & the primer is made from Shellac which is a natural product: Zinsser B-I-N ...
Paneled walls have a glossier finish and must be primed before a fresh coat can be applied. A sink with a shallow bowl allows for more storage space underneath the unit, maximizing your overall bathroom space and removing clutter that normally would rest on top of the sink instead of underneath it. To free up space in the bathroom, you should avoid freestanding lights.
Most mobile homes do not accommodate recessed ceiling lights, but sconces are wall-mounted alternatives that look sleek and save space.
This means you will not be able to screw directly into the wall but will always need to use a stud.
When placing fixtures, keep functionality in mind, making sure each item is easily reachable.