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Furniture panel repair??

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Old July 30th 05, 05:04 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning,uk.rec.motorcaravans
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Default Furniture panel repair??

A few months ago I realised that there was a leak around the seal of the wet
locker door which has been letting in water when there was a torrential
I have readjusted the locker door and now all seems fine.
however, the trickle of water has damaged the bottom of the internal end of
the locker panel (plastic coated board) and the chipboard between the
plastic coatings has gone to powdered sawdust for up to an inch above the
base of the panel. I am assuming that it is something like chipboard but I
could be wrong.
Strangely enough there is no evidence of a problem on the other side of the
panel (the face side).
I either have to replace the panel or perhaps fill the void with something
like expandable foam - any repair of this nature would be virtually
undetectable as the plastic facing coating is undamaged.
Any suggestions or guidance would be appreciated.



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