As you may recall part of Holy Scrap is a 40 year old mobile home that we remodeled into a home. We resurfaced much of it: floors (bamboo), sheetrock, trim, but not all of it. In particular we left out the back wall in the kitchen. It's been driving me nuts since it's old, decrepit and yucky, the last thing one wants in the room where food is prepared.
Today I surveyed the shed for scrap and found a couple of rolls of flashing (thin aluminum sheets). I resurfaced the whole back wall in it. They're held to the wall with self tapping screws and the original aluminum molding from 1967. One day jobs are fun and offer instant gratification. It came out pretty good, reminds me of a diner.