Originally Posted by Quahog
Does it protect the paint well? I wonder how it would do here in Texas where it gets a tad bit warm in the summer months.
I feel it does protect all of the trailer. Paint, decals, and the rest. I have vent covers and leave them open but when the cover is on I need to protect all of the sharp edges. Using swim noodles sliced lets me get most of the spots but the level on the front has gone through some of the cover.
I'm finding that if I reinforce the wear spots it will last alot longer.
If I go out to the TT now, it is along side the house, and lift the cover there is water running down the side of the TT. Due to the cover breathing the water does evaporate quickly and I've not found any mold or any discolorations.
I'm real happy with it after 4 years. However, I only put it on during the winter. It is a pain if I'm going out in another two or three weeks. I also can't put the slides out if the cover is on the TT.
That alone is my biggest gripe.
2008 Jayco 322FKS, Hemi, Hensley, Oreo the Malshi, DW and I
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