Great stuff in walls?
I'm putting up a Murphy-like bed in my shorty. I removed the steel inner wall under the 3 windows where the bed will be, and pulled out the original (nasty) fiberglass insulation.
The steel wall will be replaced with cardecking bolted to the ribs. The brackets for the Murphy bed will then be bolted to the cardecking.
I bought a piece of 1.5" Styrofoam-like insulation, but planned to use Great Stuff around the edges to get a good seal.
Many moons ago I read someone's post about the roof of his bus having a few small rusted areas. As he got into pulling the ceiling down, the damage was more obvious, and the roof was damaged beyond repair. Appeared that the damage was caused by spray foam. I don't recall whose post that was (can't find it) or what the final outcome was, but I sure don't want to destroy the side of my bus.
Another question--should the shiny foil side of the insulation face toward the outside of the bus, or the interior?
Any thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated!