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  1. To thoroughly clean my RV window screens I remove them and wash them with soap and water. Then, using a lint free towel I can wipe off the excess water right after I insert them back on my RV window.
  2. If you are thinking about replacing your awning fabric, Shade Pro could be a good buy. Whether Faulkner, A&E, or CareFree, this can fit in with different types of awnings. It’s because this awning features two sewn in PolyRods at the roller tube for a more breezy installation.
  3. I recently used the Dicor 501LSW-1 to recaulk my RV roof, and I’m happy to see no drop inside the RV when we had a heavy downpour the next day.
  4. I am a fan of RecPro day and night pleated shades as one receives two-fold benefits from a single set. Plus, they ensure complete privacy and insulation.
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