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Old 11-27-2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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cover ?

I purschased a Goldline cover for our new rock wood 5th wheel. I looked at reviews for that specific cover and they were very good and the cover wasn't cheap so I thought I was making a good purchase and maybe I did. I would just like to hear from some folks that have covers on there's. My ? is the the definition of highly water resistant. because the amount of water that comes through is almost like it doesn't have a cover on it. I talked to a manger where I purchased it from and really didn't get a clear answer to my ? other than its not 100% waterproof . She explained the downside of waterproof and how that can lead to mold issues , which I can understand how that can be an issue I've been a residential contractor for over 35 yrs and have a good understanding of not breathing / condensation issues. She went onto explain how this cover breathes and should dry quickly once the rain stops, and it does. Is this normal any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 11-27-2013, 12:54 PM   #2
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Yes, it's normal. The purpose of the cover is primarily UV protection, with some weather and dirt protection.
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