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1971 Shasta Compact Camper Renovation

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  • Estimated Time

    2 Days

  • Challenge Level


  • Tools & Supplies:

    • Painter's tape
    • Camper
    • Fine-Grained Sandpaper
    • Stabilo Pencil
    • Silver Vinyl Decal Material
    • Scissors

  1. With the painter’s tape, mask the windows, lights, vents, and trim.
  2. Sand the area to be painted with fine sandpaper
  3. Using back and forth motion, spray the camper from top to bottom with Rust-Oleum® Universal® Gloss Spray Paint in Pure White.
  4. When the paint is completely dry (it takes approximately 24 hours), trace your paint design with Stabilo pencil (it can be erased later).
  5. Mask off the top area of the camper with masking tape so it remains white.
  6. Lightly sand and the bottom of the camper.
  7. Using Rust-Oleum® Universal® Gloss Spray Paint in Cardinal Red, spray the bottom of the camper.
  8. Remove the painter’s tape masking from the trim, windows, lights, vents, and top part of the camper.
  9. Cut 2-inch strips of shiny silver vinyl decal material and apply it between the red and white sections.
  10. Stand back and admire your great work!

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