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1980's Ocean Yachts original marine wall paper?

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  1. cleanslate

    cleanslate Senior Member

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    I've inherited a previous owner's house hold crap wall paper, soft textured white junk that holds mold , mildew, dirt...etc. Does anyone know where I can get the marine grade paper that Ocean or other builders use?

    I remember it's some sort of vinyl stuff like Nautolex flooring , but thinner.
    Looking for off white, sand ,or beige. Thanks!
  2. justold

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    I purchased mine at Atlas on RT . 70 in Cherry Hill ,see Bernie . You want commercial grade vinyl
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    Thanks! It's right around the corner from me. I will stop in and see Bernie, then Lamberti's for a happy hour cocktail and dinner!
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    Where is Cherry Hill? I will be stripping out all the wall paper, hull covers and headliners during the refit of my boat. Quality replacement is important.
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    N.J. [south ]
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    Need to do some wall paper work also, same color palette. Would like to know who's band wall paper you decided on?
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    Cherry Hill is about 5 miles East of Philadelphia. Will let you know what I pick. Won't be for a few weeks as this will be one of my winter projects.
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    Headliners get very expensive, very quickly. If you do them yourself, you will save a ton of money. Make sure to use Monel staples.
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    What did you go with? Would love to see what you did
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    Hello ,
    I don't have any photos with me . The boat is up in N.J. and I'm in S Fla. until spring . I used a heavy duty 27 inch vinyl,in light green and white weave in the salon and sunbrella in a light green tweed over 1/2 inch sew foam in the bunk room and in the master state room is a combination of wallpaper pleated sunbrella and flat over 1/2 inch sew foam , all the headliners are white vinyl .
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    Well, I did go and see Bernie, he was very helpful, and I did pick out something . Thanks justold for your help.
    But after measuring how much I will need to do the job, I got onto another project.
    Like paint the exterior cabin top,fly bridge, and forward deck..lol. Now waiting for warmer temps to get that done. Not fun working on the boat in the 20s.
    So I will live with the old wall paper on more season.

    I like what justold has done sound nice.
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    I eventually get things done ..
    Wall paper looks great ! I used 20 oz. commercial vinyl grade 54 inch wide Wall Paper .
    I removed all the old junk, and had a pro hang the new. Lots of cuts and waist, used up entire “bolt “ roll.
    And the new heavy stuff covered up the imperfections and old screw holes very well. Sorry unable to post photos from my iPhone.