Winter Cover for a Casita - Page 2 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 01-13-2016, 11:48 AM   #15
Name: Tom and Stephanie
Trailer: Casita 17' Freedom Deluxe
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Thanks for your summation and discussion. I'm leaning to a frequent wax job. A Calmark will cost me $685 with shipping. Tree sap should not be a problem. I do have a heated three car garage BUT the doors are too low AND my wood working shop would have to go or one my vehicles would have to go outside. Sooooo I think we'll go through at least one winter with the trailer waxed but uncovered and evaluate the situation.

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