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Awning Deflapper

awnings on RV campers can be blown by wind, especially if they are not properly secured or if the wind is particularly strong. This can cause damage to the awning, the RV itself, or even nearby property or people.

To prevent damage from wind, it’s important to take certain precautions when using an RV awning. Here are some tips:

Secure the awning properly: Make sure the awning is properly secured to the RV and the ground, using stakes or tie-downs as necessary. Check the awning periodically to ensure it remains secure during windy conditions.

Monitor weather conditions: Keep an eye on weather forecasts and be prepared to retract the awning if strong winds are expected. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

Use a wind sensor: Some RV awnings come with built-in wind sensors that will automatically retract the awning if wind speeds reach a certain threshold. This can help prevent damage and provide added peace of mind.

Roll up the awning at night or when leaving the campsite: If you are leaving the campsite or going to bed, it’s a good idea to roll up the awning to prevent it from being damaged by unexpected winds.

By taking these precautions, you can minimize the risk of damage to your RV awning and enjoy your camping trip with added peace of mind.

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