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Old 01-22-2008, 07:31 PM   #1
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I got this from Susan I at Yahoo and thought I would share it with everyone here.

I read this tip online and I'll be darn it works ..

If you have slide awnings .. put (we used 2 on each slide) inflatable beach balls underneath .. they are awesome when it's windy .. (It's quite windy most of the time in the desert and the noise caused by the awnings can keep you up at night) they almost stop all the noise .. I read that they are supposed to work well when it rains .. but being in the desert I barely remember what rain is ..

Just remember to remove them when you put the slides in.
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I got this from Susan I at Yahoo and thought I would share it with everyone here.

I read this tip online and I'll be darn it works ..

If you have slide awnings .. put (we used 2 on each slide) inflatable beach balls underneath .. they are awesome when it's windy .. (It's quite windy most of the time in the desert and the noise caused by the awnings can keep you up at night) they almost stop all the noise .. I read that they are supposed to work well when it rains .. but being in the desert I barely remember what rain is ..

Just remember to remove them when you put the slides in.
Susan I
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