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Old 09-01-2015, 06:29 PM   #1
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Shiiiiiissssshh, she is sleeping,,,,,

SHIIIIISSSSSH, SHE IS SLEEPING! This is what happens when the wife goes out of town! I EVEN had to wash it from top to bottom, and end to end!
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OH, WORD TO YOUR MOTHER,,,,,,,,,,, This was the first time we put this BRAND SPANKING NEW BLANKEY over our baby! AND YA KNOW when you get one, and they come with those CUTE LITTLE booties for the gutter/or awning end posts, USE EM'! SON OF A BURLAP SAP SUCKER, I AM!
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Old 09-01-2015, 07:33 PM   #3
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Awwwww......covered her, did ya?

Here at our house I would try to get the cover up off the ground. We never had a issue with critters in our camper until last year...the first time it was covered. I think the mice crawled up the inside of the cover and went in thru the stove and furnace vents, judging from where I found the largest deposits of droppings. We will be tying the bottom up and covering or putting stainless steel pads in the vents this year.
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:46 AM   #4
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Don't beat yourself up too much, this past NE winter, I, being slightly anal over my MH being surrounded by deep snow,and worrying about air circulating underneath,I chose not to hand shovel 3 ft of snow,but instead use the snowblower.......................NOTE TO ALL, pay close attention to which direction the exhaust is going,and DO NOT let it get too close to the cover,melts the cover very quickly.I saved it with the patches they include with cover,and lots of 3-m spray glue,about 4in high x12 ft long.not pretty,OH the names I called myself after that one.
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Old 09-02-2015, 10:55 AM   #5
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OH, WORD TO YOUR MOTHER,,,,,,,,,,, This was the first time we put this BRAND SPANKING NEW BLANKEY over our baby! AND YA KNOW when you get one, and they come with those CUTE LITTLE booties for the gutter/or awning end posts, USE EM'! SON OF A BURLAP SAP SUCKER, I AM!
Just chalk it up to added ventilation.
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Wow that looks like a nice cover! What brand? I like how well it fits, doesn't look saggy and ill fit.
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HEY, I love the answers, especially how goreds2 has deemed it "PRACTICAL"! You guys rock, thanks!
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oh, and mojoracing I forget the brand but we picked it up at Camping World!
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