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How do I put on my RV Cover?
WARNING! Never install your RV cover alone or in inclement weather. Never install your RV Cover when the RV is wet. PLEASE TAKE CARE when you are on a ladder or on the roof of your RV.
IMPORTANT! Installation and removal is safer and easier when done by two people capable of heavy lifting.
- Close all windows, sunroofs, vents & retract all pop-outs. Tape up or cover any sharp edges on your RV that could wear against the cover material. Remove or detach any roof antennas. Make sure the levels on your RV are down so the RV is stable.
- For smaller size RVs, a ladder may be used instead of climbing on your roof, but most class A size covers will be easier to install on the roof. Carefully climb up on the roof and have a friend hand you the cover in its storage bag. Unpack the cover at the center of your RV and carefully unroll the front and back of the cover down the length of your RV.
- Drop the front of your cover over the front of your RV, and then slowly and carefully move toward the back of your RV, spreading the cover and allowing the sides to drop down the sides of your RV. Your helper can pull cover down and adjust the positioning of the cover.
- Climb down the rear ladder and pull the rear end of the cover with you as you descend carefully.
- Zip all the panels closed on your cover, and then pull the elasticized corners down over both bumpers of your RV.
- Adjust the strap length on the front and rear adjustment straps of the covers and then insert the clips into the buckle to form an “X” shape. Be sure not to over-tighten, they should be snug, but not restrictively tight. Class B & Folding Campers do not have front/rear cinching straps.
- Secure the bottom straps and buckles. Toss the straps underneath and clip to buckle on other side of cover. Do not over-tighten. Class A, B, C & Travel Trailers have straps and buckles along the bottom of the RV cover. Folding Campers, Toy Haulers, Travel Trailers, & 5th Wheel Campers have D rings and rope instead.
To clean your RV Cover, we suggest diluting a mild liquid detergent in cold or warm water, then lightly cleanse with a sponge. Please spot-clean only, as this cover is too large to fit in most commercial washers.
- NEVER COVER A WET VEHICLE.
- NEVER COVER A HOT TAIL PIPE.
- NEVER COVER WITH THE WINDOWS OF THE VEHICLE OPEN.
- NOT LIABLE FOR REPAINTED SURFACES OR LACQUER PAINT.
- Repainted vehicles should not be covered for a minimum of 6 months
- Check with your body shop for the recommended cure time.
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