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Old 07-29-2005, 10:30 AM   #1
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I have some scuffs in my awning where I got too close to a stationary object that I would like to repair before they get worse. At my local RV store I saw an item called sail cloth repair. I was wondering if anyone has used this to repair an awning or what you've used, (besides duct tape) to repair an awning.
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I have some scuffs in my awning where I got too close to a stationary object that I would like to repair before they get worse. At my local RV store I saw an item called sail cloth repair. I was wondering if anyone has used this to repair an awning or what you've used, (besides duct tape) to repair an awning.
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Old 07-29-2005, 11:02 AM   #3
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Jim,

You might try some VIP Vinyl Liquid Patch before using tape or sail cloth. If it doesn't work you can always escalate to a larger patch. It'll mend small holes and tears in vinyl awning fabric and will seal it preventing further damage.

Camping World sells it for $3.98, click here. Good luck with it.
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