VOG panels are used because they are lightweight, water resistance, easy install, clean, and maintain.
Gypsum is calcium sulfate dihydrate, a soft and lightweight white or gray chalk-like mineral.
Vinyl on gypsum panels are typically 5/16″ thick with a glossy paper coating.
The paint industry continuously improves their recipes so chances are you will find a great primer and paint (or combination primer paint) if you stick to the better-known brands.
Ask your local home improvement store for the latest recommendation.
These walls have a coated paper facing that repeals water and ‘holds’ the gypsum together.
This coated paper makes painting mobile home walls difficult.
Here’s the process they recommended: Paint and primer will not stick to dirty walls.
Smoke from cooking, dander from pets, and airborne particles from the furnace and air conditioner naturally stick to walls so you need a detergent or non-abrasive cleaner to get the walls as clean as possible.
Unfortunately, better paint technology means higher prices so expect to spend at least .00 per gallon.
Using high quality brushes and rollers is another popular recommendation from homeowners that have painted their mobile home walls successfully.
Painting is the easiest and cheapest method to update mobile home walls.