Category Archives for RV Exterior


Girard Awning Adjustment and Troubleshooting (Repair Guide)

There are small adjustments you can make that will open or close the awning a little bit. For those adjustments, you will need an Allen wrench. The screws are marked with as + and a - so you know which

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What Sealant Can I Use On a TPO Roof? (TPO Roof Sealant)

An RV is only as strong as its weakest link. That weakest link seems to be the sealant used to cover seams, including vents, AC, and other items on your RV’s roof. Using the right sealant will make sure

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How To Restore RV Vinyl Decals (EZ Shine RV Decal Restorer)

One of the reasons RV makers use vinyl decals is because they can save money. Vinyl decals are said to be cheaper than paint and if you see white on an RV, that is not painted on either. Anything to save

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Gelcoat Restoration: How Do You Restore The Gel Coat On RVs

Gel coats take a beating. This is something that is not a surprise as your RV or trailer is sitting out in the sun and other elements all the time. After some time, you will see your nice bright gel coat

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RV Door Awning Won’t Retract: How To Fix a Retractable Awning

Awnings keep things cool. Not only do you get shade when extended, but these awnings can also help keep the sun off your RV or trailer. When they do, that means your air conditioner does not have to work

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How To Seal Camper Roof Seams (4 RV Roof Seam Sealer Options)

There are lots of good products you can use. One thing about owning an RV or trailer, you will have lots of roofing materials to work with. The key to working on your roof when applying new sealant is

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Dicor vs RV Armor vs Crazy Seal RV Roof Coating Reviews

One thing about owning an RV is that you can get a lot of leaks if you are not careful. Seams split, joints fail and on it goes. One way to stop the leaks is to find the right roof coating that will work

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How Do You Replace RV Marker Lights? Command SAE-AP2 00 Amber

Many owners may not realize that there is a little hole called a WEP hole. This is in the light by design so that moisture can escape. This hole has to be pointing down when you put the cover back on.

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