Originally Posted by Tunce the traveler
If you look at the first pic you'll see it's the plastic that's split and not the fabric. I couldn't find any type of Epoxy that would work.
I was responding to the original poster, not your post. Maybe your failure is different?
Originally Posted by loricris8933
We have been meticulous in caring for our trailer and just got back from our first of the season camping trip and noticed the rear bed canvas in both upper corners is tearing and of course our Jayco warranty is expired, so not happy!
Has anyone had similar issues and can share if this can be fixed vs. replacement? Cost?
If I misinterpreted I apologize.
If I didn't misread, then "both upper corners is tearing" could possibly be repaired using the product I suggest.
If matching repair fabric to use for the torn "upper corners" repair is not easily acquired I suggest that Marine Vinyl commonly found in fabric stores could be used as a substitute fabric with the Dr. Sails Epoxy Adhesive.
Marine Vinyl is supple, UV resistant, and available in many colors. Gray is readily available. Grays will blend in with many colors when used for exterior patching. I have on occasion added an extra patch to an otherwise undamaged similar area (opposite side) for symmetry. It can help to make the repair less obvious. I have also been successful in applying repairs and reinforcing patches to the inside of fabrics where color match is less an issue.
Marine Vinyl is used for boat seat cushions. That is tougher service than most tent fabric will ever see.