Dry Out the RV Awning After Rain Tip

Power Awning

I used to neglect the RVs awning when not using it for long periods of time I just left it rolled up. However, this led to a moldy mess on occasion. During heavy rains, water is able to seep in between the layers and sit there. Over time mold spots develop and end up being a real pain to remove.

In the last year or so I’ve made a concerted effort to remember to open the awning after each bout of rain and let it dry out. The habit has resulted in a lot less need to clean the awning and likely increased its overall lifespan.

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