Why leave your recreational vehicles unprotected in your
storage facility. You protect your tires from the sun why not the whole
vehicle. I often see people protecting there recreational vehicle tires
by covering them to protect from dry rot. How come they never think of
protecting the whole vehicle so the exterior and interior don't receive
There are two major problems with not covering your
recreational vehicles in storage where the climate is wet and dry. In
the West the sun will damage the exterior paint and all the plastic
parts by sucking the life out of them. Soon you will see your paint
fade, oxidize and even crack, all your plastic parts will start to
shrink and crack as well. Your interior is also vulnerable in the
Western sun, for instance, RV drapes will fall apart and the interior
will then receive sun damage like fading and heat damage from high
temps inside your RV. A good Recreational cover can help and even stop
all this damage.
In the East where it rains a lot and the moisture levels
high you will see damage to the exterior like rust and water leaks.
Most recreational vehicles exteriors are made of aluminum but there are
still parts that are steel that will rust and cause problems down the
road. The interior has the chance to be damaged by water leaks from
water setting on the roof and seeping into to seams that over time
break down. You may damage the rug or the moisture will cause mold to
grow, and there will be a musty smell to the interior of the RV. A good
Recreational Cover can help and even stop all this damage.
When you look for recreational vehicle covers make sure
have a good warranty and the business will be there to stand behind it.
Also look for a multi-layer cover to protect your RV from all types of
conditions, like the sun, rain, dust, dirt, bird droppings, pollution,
etc. ClickitCoverit cares about it customers and only supplies the best
If you would like more information on vehicle covers and
accessories visit www.clickitcoverit.com.
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