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Elquin Daza, San Mateo, California
Complete Truck Camper Kitchen Remodel
2000 Ford F350
2000 Lance 820
Above: Before the interior kitchen upgrade
We have a 20-year old Lance 820 truck camper and wanted to update the interior look.
First we covered the old white countertop with a piece of new Formica laminate.
Then the faucet was replaced with a new style. Next we installed a stick-on backsplash that looks and feels like tile. In addition, we added a few shelves.
Unfortunately, I don’t have progress pictures, but I do have a before and after picture. We love the new look. It completely updated the interior of our camper and ties in with the new couch and valances nicely.
The kitchen remodel took me 14-hours to complete and cost $300. In my opinion, the skill level of this modification is hard because the stove and sink needed to be removed. Also, the old counter needed to be removed and resurfaced before putting it all back together.
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