Here are a few posts that may offer some help.
I made covers and after enough experiments, they worked well. Wicking water is amazing....
Here is another post, you can buy the covers now if you cannot make them
Here is a cheaper place to start. Turn it upside down and lay it in the gutter rail on the roof line.
Lowes/Home depot has them too. Helps with the sun damage as well
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The biggest issue with the cover is the ends. If you are using the gutter setup, suggest cutting/trimming the gutter to hang way past the end of the awning arm. A foot beyond is good start, may need more. Water wicks in the ends if they are exposed.
Heads up: Make sure you take these off before taking off. I tested mine at least 20 miles...once, mine wrapped tight enough it stayed on but the test was "not" intentional and will not happen again.
I have heard of folks using this too to help stop the molding. I use this on my house vinyl siding and it lasts a year with positive results. I just myself not tried it on the awning yet.
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This fall I will have the ultimate awning cover... A pole barn with a 14 foot door.... been a long time coming and the 1st time this Sunny has slept inside.
Hope this helps
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