protecting your Eggshell - Fiberglass RV

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Old 07-20-2011, 06:08 PM   #1
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protecting your Eggshell

With triple digit heat and sunshine, I wanted to protect the exterior of my NestEgg. I had purchased a 10' x 20" sunscreen for my another trailer which I since sold. It is 85% uv protection. I think I bought it from a garden center. It cuts the sun by 85% but lets water and air through. Anyway, I cut it in half (anyone want to purchase the other 10 x 10, real cheap, send me a pm) and mounted some lag screws to the garage and rope to a nearby tree.
It does not touch the trailer but to keep it off the vents I added some foam pool protectors I had.
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