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Ali PArk

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I wonder if any one can tell me whats the best to use a cover to store a caravan or not. Ive heard the breathable covers are very good.

My caravan is only 3 years old and has started to get green around the front would a cover be ideal or would this caus other problems.

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Hi Ali,

With many things in this hobby there are people who are strongly for and against caravan covers, my recommendation to you would be to cover it (I am slightly biased as I sell them but nonetheless they do work and do not encourage damp).

Most decent ones from a reputable brand are breathable and I would recommend our Leisure Depot ones which you can find at www. leisuredepot. co. uk

 

More than happy to offer further advice, drop me a message if you need any more info!

Steve

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On 18/10/2017 at 19:00, Ali PArk said:

I wonder if any one can tell me whats the best to use a cover to store a caravan or not. Ive heard the breathable covers are very good.

My caravan is only 3 years old and has started to get green around the front would a cover be ideal or would this caus other problems.

Even with a cover I suspect that would still get green and probably even more of it with a cover.  

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hi I can say a protec . they not cheap but well worth it. had one for years still looks like new

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The green is simply a bit of non serious mould and will wash off easily.

Look at any caravan that has sat outside and you will see similar. Just wash it off, it's only on the surface.

You may find you also have a few black streaks running down from the corners of the window (off the rubber moulding) Again, simply wash it off.

Fenwicks show how their caravan cleaner will get both off. Other makes available.  http://www. fenwicks. info/caravan/index. php/how-to-videos

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Firmly in the cover it up camp!

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