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Old 06-19-2013, 05:24 AM   #11
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Hello All,
Took a quick trip to Walmart to see the one you were talking about and, I was wondering are they slippery when wet?
RV awning mats.com had a color I liked. Decisions, Decisions ......what a wonderful life to have so many choices.
JoArt, did not really notice that it was slippery, but there is a lot of texture in the carpet to help any slickness. Plus it would seem to dry quickly
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:39 AM   #12
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And if you go with the rv awning mats I recommend getting one of their bags to store it in. Put it away wet or muddy and it don't make a mess of the storage compartment plus it had a nice pocket for stakes
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Old 06-19-2013, 11:01 AM   #13
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And if you go with the rv awning mats I recommend getting one of their bags to store it in. Put it away wet or muddy and it don't make a mess of the storage compartment plus it had a nice pocket for stakes
Good point. As for the Wal-Mart mat, we have been using ours for about a year, camping once a month, with no appreciable wear. I have never noticed it being slippery when wet. The velcro straps that hold it in the folded position do not work very well. I'm going to get one of the bags from CW to carry it in.
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Old 06-29-2013, 08:44 PM   #14
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Hello All,
I purchased an outdoor mat at Camping World and since I was told to have a carrying case for the mat I purchased the Dimpa Bag from IKEA and cut it in the middle and extended it 15" to accommodate the outdoor mat. The Dimpa bag was about $4.00 and I had some extra oil cloth that I used for the expansion. Just another idea.
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