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Old 05-03-2016, 04:05 PM   #1
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Water On Slide Awnings

I have bee placing a blown up air mattress under my slide awning to help keep the water from pooling on the awning. I understand that there are commercially made inflatable devices that serve the same purpose. Is anyone aware of where I can purchase any.
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Old 05-03-2016, 04:43 PM   #2
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I have bee placing a blown up air mattress under my slide awning to help keep the water from pooling on the awning. I understand that there are commercially made inflatable devices that serve the same purpose. Is anyone aware of where I can purchase any.
I haven't seen anything for the awnings like you describe, but I haven't looked for them either. I have heard of folks using inflatable beach balls.
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I purchased 2 items called Airwedge. A small company made them and I am not sure if they are still around. Airwedge industries is the name.
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We use beach balls...buy them at the dollar store. Cheap solution
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I purchased 2 items called Airwedge. A small company made them and I am not sure if they are still around. Airwedge industries is the name.
Doesn't look like they made the cut. The web site is a dead-end.
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bought 4 beach ball from Walmart. Works great.
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