You give up a little table space with the u shape but I like it. 5 beds total in this one. The kids will like that. It will be nice to not have to pop it up and down every time we need to get in it for a trip..... Now just where to put this thing?
__________________ "Take The Road Less Traveled"
2013 Rockwood Roo 233s
2013 Ford F150 FX4
I've been an RVer since 2007, Lifetime Camper
I just recently dealt with this problem so I thought I'd share my experience. Last fall I scrubbed my p'up for the season and apparently I did not let it dry thoroughly before I cranked it down for the season. In March I opened it up to find some ugly mold that had grown over the winter. My first attempt of scrubbing it with a generic cleaning solution got rid of most of it, but not all and I was very upset with myself for being so careless with my new (to me) unit. My dear friend who has a lot of experience in cleaning houses and most anything, suggested I try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. In fact, she did it for me (God bless her). It was not easy, and it took a lot of elbow grease, but she was able to clean every bit of that nasty mold off of our beautiful trailer. Life is good. Lots of work but way better than spending thousands for a new canvas.
Now that you mention it, I think I remember hearing something about using the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser somewhere.
As I still have canvas in my new trailer I will keep this in mind. So did the eraser get rid of the stains and everything? That was my biggest issue were the stains left behind. I wanted to make it look new again.