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Old 12-10-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
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Door Awning Fabric

The fabric on my A&E Oasis Door awning is coming apart...Has anyone replaced the fabric....Thanks
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I have replaced these fabrics but would not recommend it to any one that does not know how the system is designed, operates and has patience in assembling timed pieces together.
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I replaced the fabric on my Providence, last year, after a battle with a tree limb. If you are handy with tools and watch what you are doing, while taking it apart, you should have no problems. I bought the replacement from a vendor on this forum....RV Upgrades or Sullivans. Can't remember which. Also, the new fabric, came with installation instructions.
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I replaced the fabric on my Providence, last year, after a battle with a tree limb. If you are handy with tools and watch what you are doing, while taking it apart, you should have no problems. I bought the replacement from a vendor on this forum....RV Upgrades or Sullivans. Can't remember which. Also, the new fabric, came with installation instructions.
Thanks Gripper...I'll give it a try...
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I am surprised with all of the new coatings available that there is not a roll or spray application that will give additional life to this material. The fabric on mine is still is pretty good shape, but the appearance is getting a bit faded. If anyone knows of a product that would help, I'd certainly try it.
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I am surprised with all of the new coatings available that there is not a roll or spray application that will give additional life to this material. The fabric on mine is still is pretty good shape, but the appearance is getting a bit faded. If anyone knows of a product that would help, I'd certainly try it.
I was out cleaning mine today and I was using 303 protectant. it didn't bring the color back but they still looked better when I was done and had me wishing I had been using it since day one.
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