Good news: we have a complete set of poles, thanks to your pics! Bad news: I broke the little pin point on the top of one of the vertical poles, AND one of the vertical poles does not twist/lock.
However, my husband fixed a screw to the end of where I snapped it off and we're hoping this will work. And the one vertical pole that does not twist lock we came up with the idea of drilling holes through every inch or so that we can adjust the height and insert a locking pin/wingnut of some sort.
We have a steep learning curve since we've never owned a camper before, nor gone camping so it'll be an adventure for sure!
How do you keep your awing so clean? Our Trillium
had been through Hurricane Sandy before we bought it, and sat unused for 3 years or so. There was a lot of dried leaves/debris and I'm sure sitting water inside the rolled awning
. Below is a picture of us trying to clean it last week, you can see all the black areas that so far just don't seem to come off. Do you have any advice of what to clean it with to get it shiny new as yours? Or how to get all the wrinkles out?