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Old 04-30-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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Just bought my first RV ( 2013 361 REQS ) last week and will be living in it full time for about a year. I'm trying to get used to the transition from a 3 bedroom home to basically a long room. One thing that just bothers me to no end is the mirror closet sliding doors. I've been thing about a way to replace them without to much construction. Does any one know where I can buy new doors possibly slated type to replace the mirror ones. The only other option I thought of was maybe putting in the darkest I could find on them.
I would appreciate any ideas.
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:58 PM   #2
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Re: Bedroom Closet Door

Have you considered taking the doors apart and replacing the mirror with something... Not mirrored.
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Old 05-01-2013, 04:26 PM   #3
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The way the mounts are on the back side that wouldn't be an option
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What about some luan paneling that matches the rest of the trailer, then cutting it to fit the mirror. Then you could use glue or even velcro or double sided tape to attach it. Just a thought
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What about some luan paneling that matches the rest of the trailer, then cutting it to fit the mirror. Then you could use glue or even velcro or double sided tape to attach it. Just a thought
That sounds like a good option. I think I will explore that this weekend.

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Just bought my first RV ( 2013 361 REQS ) last week and will be living in it full time for about a year. I'm trying to get used to the transition from a 3 bedroom home to basically a long room. One thing that just bothers me to no end is the mirror closet sliding doors. I've been thing about a way to replace them without to much construction. Does any one know where I can buy new doors possibly slated type to replace the mirror ones. The only other option I thought of was maybe putting in the darkest I could find on them.
I would appreciate any ideas.
Hello, I have the oposite problem, I broke one of my mirrrored closet doors and would like to replace it. What did you end up doing with yours? Thx in advance.
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