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Old 04-04-2012, 09:39 AM   #1
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Topper care

Does anyone have a great care solution for toppers....I have a new coach and trying to place some protection on them.......any ideas??..perhaps scotch guard/armoral??..thanks
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And the fabric used on your toppers is?

Stuff like Sunbrella fabric (used by Girard awnings) needs no "care."
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Keep em clean, there are products for awning care as far as cleaning. I wouldn't advise using Armor All. Maybe using some 303 UV protectant.
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Feels like rubber??...not fabric....
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