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Old 09-20-2011, 10:40 PM   #1
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Decision about Rv Covers Manufacturers

Wish I could believe what I read. I have a hard time believing ads. Looking to purchase a good cover for my 2003 Dolphin LX 6355 36' MH. I live in the Midwest (they say) I say it's the north. Wisconsin! We get a good bit of snow and wanted a reliable cover. We will be fulltiming next year hopefully. Yes, I could store it in a shelter for 200.00 a season, but then will I need it further on down the line.
Anyhow, what is your take on manufacturers of RV covers. I've seen them 179.00- 659.00, one layer- three layers, scratches- don't scratches, adco,tyvek, aqua-shed, Formosa, ProTECHtor, carver, rain, snow, dirt, dust..... etc. What do you tend to believe? Or just store it every year in shelters. Please give me some feed back...Thanks


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I have had good luck with Adco Tyvek.

3 cautions to any cover
1) Pad any sharp corners or they will wear a hole in the cover
2) Strap them securely to prevent as much cover movement as possible or the cover will wear away your paint
3) Make sure when you use the cover the 2nd time the inside is clean otherwise it will be like using sand paper to cover you MH

As soon as DW let's me I plan on adding a covered storage area. I hate cleaning and drying the cover before storing it each year.
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