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Old 05-22-2019, 08:43 PM   #1
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Shrink wrap for winter

People shrink wrap boats for winter and I saw a few shrink wrapped RVs in Idaho. Has anyone done this for winter storage? I might need to store my RV somewhere near New York City for a winter.

I guess the downsides is no entry until spring and then a lot of garbage deal with?

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FWIW. An old airplane mechanic told me one time that if you want to store an engine use canvas, not plastic. Canvas breathes and plastic does not. I know they put louvers in the shrinkwrap, but the whole canvas breathes not just a couple of holes. I know what I'd use. Your rig, your call.
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Excellent consideration. I'm guessing the air is pretty dry back east in winter though? I grew up in California, I don't really understand weather

If mildew and damp is a concern though I'll just stick with my cover. I just thought shrink wrap would be good for water/snow protection.

Maybe they can only do the top?
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