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Included with purchase ($20 value).
|Cover Type: RV||Color: Grey/white|
|Material: Polypropylene||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Cover Attachment: Elastic; Tie||Air Vents: No|
|Handles: No||Mildew and Mold Resistant: Yes|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Panels: Yes|
|Storage Case: Yes||Eco-Friendly: No|
|Product Care: Clean with warm water and a soft cloth, no soap||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: No||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 3 years|
Good cover, and good value.
De Walvus from Maryland – Verified Buyer
This cover came as advertised. It's made from a tyvek-like material. The cover is gray, except for the roof which is of double thickness and white to reflect the sun and deflect rain. Provided you can climb on the roof of your RV, it was easy for me to put on (came pre-rolled) and all one needs is a tall step ladder to adjust it. Taking it off and re-rolling it looks like a two person job, however. There are zippers that allow you to easily access the front and side doors of your RV. It comes with tensioning belts on the front and rear, and a series of ropes that secure it under the frame. My only negative comment is the lack of sizing/fitting information from the manufacturer, specifically whether the length is bumper to bumper or the spec'd length of your RV. I have a 31' class C that measures 34' bumper to bumper. I ordered the size cover for 31'-35', but there's a lot of material left over. The sizing straps help. Good cover, and so far, recommended. During camping season, I'll probably leave it off, but think it will really help protect our RV over the winter. Newbie hint: for class C owners, make sure you order the cover model specifically for class C RVs. The standard models from this manufacturer are for class A rigs, which means they are taller -- may drag on the ground if put on a class C.