Originally Posted by Herk7769
The "Best Cheapest" RV cover is ... None.
IMO, covers cause more damage than they prevent.
WASH the camper walls with good quality clear coat car wash.
WAX the camper walls with a good quality clear coat wax.
Clean the roof with dish wash soap.
Get an AC cover to keep leaves and such out.
If you have vent covers you can "crack" the vents for circulation.
Try not to park under a tree, but if that is not possible; then it will be a bit more time consuming to get the roof cleaned again in the Spring.
The wax will keep your decals from peeling, so don't skip this step (ever) no matter how good they look.
X2. I have always been mystified why folks would want to cover something specifically designed to withstand the elements
Now, I suppose if you live in a region that gets lots of snow, parking the unit under a carport might be a good idea, but covers can trap moisture and also provide a nice snug haven for all manner of critters
At Goshen I saw a rather pricy but really cool RV exterior maintenance system. Completely waterless (Herk, I ment to ask your opinion of this - what do you think?)
Bob & Anne-Marie [BamaBob & 6 Actual]
| 2017 Berkshire XLT 43A with Ultrasteer Tag | Blue Ox Avail + KarGard II |
| SMI AF-1 Air Brake | 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland TOAD | Pedego Bikes |
Nights Camped: 2013
• 2015 - 56
• Jul 2016 - Fulltime •