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Carpet For Outside Steps

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I want to replace the carpet on the outside steps of the coach. I have not been able to find anything thats decent.

What is the best thing I can do?...I want to leave as much dirt outside of the coach.

Thank you

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Go to Camping World and they have many colors and styles that clip on and hose off.

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gadget,

A step cover is good to keep you from slipping on the step in bad weather. They can be found in various colors and as huffy said try Camping World or a like RV Dealer or parts house. However the choice of colors is limited. Might I suggest that you also look for a all weather door mat. You can get a mat that you can scrape the dirt from you shoes before entering your coach.

Herman

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thank you...and i hope i get more suggestions...I have been to camping world and the carpets they had were of poor quality. I do want the steps covers to look nice...and of course more important to clean off the bottom of shoes....thanks again


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If you don't mind the color black, go to Loews and get some outdoor carpet runner....I make a template for one step, cut out the pieces I need and glue them on with 3M trim adhesive. Had them on several RVs now, work great and last a long time...easy to install, stay in place and easy to replace and best of all.....a lot less money than the ones in RV stores...

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We have step covers that we bought from a vendor at a rally.

They wrap all the way around the step and are held on by velcro.

They come in a number of different colors and came with a contrasting bands that go around the step and helps to hold them on.

They are made out of indoor outdoor carpet so are very washable.

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You can get a rubber mat at Wallyworld, cut it to fit and use contact cement to adhere it.

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A little late, but thank you all. My dog is 15 years old and has arthritis, she is on steroids and refuses to use a ramp (like some people I know) but I think the rubber would help. :wub:

Carl C.

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