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Old 07-19-2015, 09:13 AM   #1
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Shade Pro dash covering

I recently bought a Shade Pro Dash Cover for my MH, this was to make it easier for the pooch so he doesn' slide around and that he can look out the front windshield. He is only up tere when we are parked. I have noticed since I am using this my dash is becoming discolored is there any fix for this. Shade Pro, on their web site said it should disapear in about 2 weeks but so far. The product itself is a great fit and quality is good NG
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edstep, what their website says is that the discoloring will disappear in several weeks after the cover is taken off. Have you tried taking off the cover for awhile to see if the discoloring will disappear?

From their webpage (click here):

Note: Some plastic molded dashes may discolor temporarily. Remove the cover for several weeks and color will come back."

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Old 07-20-2015, 07:55 AM   #3
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I did have it off for about 2 weeks, I thought that was what the site had mentioned. When I get back I will keep it off for a while. Just wondering if there was any fix should it not turn back to the normal color.
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