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Old 08-10-2014, 06:17 PM   #1
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step carpet

I want to purchase a step carpet to help keep the sand out of the camper. Any suggestions on the best one to buy.
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Old 08-10-2014, 06:56 PM   #2
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This one works great for sand and I use it just before the first step. Good thing about it is it doesn't hold water like carpeting does. I'm thinking about buying 3 more and adding the brass Eyelets to them and wrapping my steps with them. Think I paid $4.99 for it at the grocery store.
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We use the type you buy at camping world wraps around with a spring on the back , if you have more than one step i would use it on all of them
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We use the type you buy at camping world wraps around with a spring on the back , if you have more than one step i would use it on all of them

Same here. I also keep a small Libman whisk broom on the table right outside the door to sweep off the step carpet and my shoes.
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Bought a carpet runner at Family Dollar. Cut into three pieces. Made holes with heated screwdriver. Laced on. Been on eight months. Look good and serve the purpose. Cost less than $13.00
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