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Old 03-31-2014, 10:03 AM   #1
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Awning is clean and dry!

Back in November of last year, I had posted some photos of a cover I made to keep our new awning clean and to prevent the water that always seems to wick in from the ends from getting in and keeping the awning wet.
We were out on our first camping trip of the year this past weekend and I'm happy to report that even with the wet conditions of this past winter (I hope it's really past now) the awning stayed completely dry and clean!
Here's a photo from the last post:
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You should get a patent and bring it to the Sharks. Looks good.
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Anyone who doubts the power the internet, After I posted the previous comment, I now see an ad for Sunsetter Awnings and an ad for inventionhome.com to help with your invention. They're watching!
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Old 04-07-2014, 08:28 PM   #4
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That's spooky-they're reading our posts!
But the sharks, I don't know, I can just see them tearing everything to shreds, like they usually do.
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