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Old 08-16-2016, 07:42 AM   #11
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Though OP was looking for opinions from those with A-frame trailers, I think this might apply:

Though now unavailable, I purchased this with the knowledge that it was a 5x8 mat and not 9x12 as advertised...and it is perfect for me. The material and construction works extremely well in rain/dirt/sand/grass applications. It brooms exceptionally well. And no cleaning before putting away...just broom the top and fold the undersides together then roll and you are ready for the next deployment.

And, BTW, the beige and brown colors match the trailer colors extremely well. And for $25 it was a no-brainer.


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Old 08-16-2016, 08:00 AM   #12
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We use a GrassWorx Garage Door mat. Works great.

Add a microfiber mat at the top of the steps to absorb moisture.

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Old 08-16-2016, 08:18 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Yalahagirl View Post
Walmart 9X12 reversible outdoor rug. It's in the RV section for $48. plus change. Hose it off, dries quickly and folds up with a carry strap. We have one for under the awning and one for our screened room.
We also found ours @ Wally World in the RV isle !!!
Used to use outdoor carpet,,, no fun when that got wet !!!
And some outdoor carpet is just to light duty !!!
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Old 08-16-2016, 08:35 PM   #14
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I use a reversible RV patio mat. It does not mold or mildew, folds up nicely into a carrying case that came with it, sweeps off or rinses off with water quickly and easily, dries quickly, is not supposed to kill the grass and is lightweight. It helps to greatly reduce the amount of debris being brought into the camper on footwear, even though we don't wear shoes inside the camper. The dog is notorious for bringing in sand, etc. on her paws, despite wiping them off first so the patio mat is helpful with reducing that problem.
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Old 09-07-2016, 05:04 PM   #15
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Trailer Outdoor Rug/Mat

I have found the Trailer/RV Rug to be great. Last place we used it was extremely dusty and returning home washed it with soap and water on the driveway. Let it dry. Perfect again.
I also made a bag to store ours in this was a modification of an DIMPA IKEA bag and it has worked great. 1-P1160062.jpg2-P1160063.jpg
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Old 09-10-2016, 09:36 AM   #16
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What ever we use,,, it must be dry before storing it in a storage compartment !!!
This last week I found a hat,,, that I guess was not 100% dry,,, in a storage compartment,,, that was covered with mold !!! Everything in that Compartment had to be cleaned !!! Not a good smell !!!

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