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Old 09-01-2015, 07:55 PM   #11
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We have a large polypropylene mat that we use under our awning. This is the second one we have owned with this one being larger for our newer trailer. They come in different sizes and colours. We regularly sweep off the dirt with a broom and then wash it when we get home. It is quite durable, dries quick and folds easily.


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Old 09-01-2015, 11:29 PM   #12
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I just ordered one off Amazon, 9x12 was mostly high rated sort of plastic weave. Saw one at Walmart and it was pretty similar, just not as attractive and price about the same.
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Scheduled for this week hope to let you know how it worked this weekend.
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:23 AM   #13
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We have a large polypropylene mat that we use under our awning. This is the second one we have owned with this one being larger for our newer trailer. They come in different sizes and colours. We regularly sweep off the dirt with a broom and then wash it when we get home. It is quite durable, dries quick and folds easily.


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X2. Just about the same thing we have. Bought 2 at camping world. Mostly use just one. Very light weight and easy to shake off the dirt or sweep off. Seems like they were on sale at Camping World for around $49.
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Old 09-02-2015, 08:09 AM   #14
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In our area most of the campsites have a paved pad on which you MUST park both the rig and all vehicles - and it can be a challenge BUT when wet, it isn't a crisis. We got Lowes indoor/outdoor 9x12 for about $15 ... and you don't feel bad when tossing it; it sweeps well, doesn't roll-up or blow away, and when sprinklers get it, it will dry out (especially if laid over the picnic table for a few hours).

Seems to me nothing is perfect, here is my quandary:
- CARPET: How the heck do you roll-up (and later cope with) a muddy wet one? When wet, isn't it heavy and where do you put it so it won't destroy everything else (moisture, mold)?
- INTERLOCKING PATIO TILES: Do you really want take the time to place/lock them? Does furniture slip through them? Doesn't the mud seep up and then how do you clean them before packing them away?
- TARP: Can you really get it tacked-down and flat so it's not a tripping hazard? Then does it rip or get punctured?
- BOOTS: Don't put ANYTHING down, just cope with the muck and keep them UNDER the rig?
We have a storage bag from Camping World that holds our awning mat. If it gets muddy we just bring it home and hose out the storage bag while we are hosing off the rug.
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