Mildew Prevention and Treatment No matter how carefully maintained, every RV cover can be a target for a case of mildew. What causes mildew and what are the most sensible ways to prevent and treat it? Mildew is a form of fungus present everywhere in the world. It is a primitive plant form that feeds on other plants and produces microscopic, seed-like spores that float freely. It takes dark, damp conditions to encourage their growth. Synthetic cover fabrics do not support the growth of mildew. Natural cover fabrics (those containing cotton) can support the growth of mildew, but such fabrics are treated with mildew inhibitors that will, with proper care, typically outlast the warranty period of the cover. However, dirt, pollen and other environmental particles that embed between the fbers of any cover fabric are gourmet fare for mildew and therefore, no RV cover fabric can prevent mildew from growing. Most remedies rely on sodium hypochlorite (household bleach) to remove mildew. A good, strong, all-around solution is ½ cup household bleach per gallon of water. Do not use liquid detergents in combination with bleaches. Scrub the affected surfaces with a soft brush, using rubber gloves and eye protection. Rinse thoroughly. For cleaning our covers, we highly recommend 303 Marine & Recreation Multi-Surface Cleaner which is safe and effective. Be aware that repeated cleanings can diminish the water repellency of the canvas. To restore water repellency to factory-new levels, we highly recommend 303 Marine & Recreation Fabric Guard. Remember that anything used to kill or remove mildew will wash or wear away over time, so be prepared for repeated treatments as part of your maintenance routine.
The Odssey series of electric tongue jacks is the only one that comes with an emergency ratchet style crank socket allowing for easy cranking even if the propane tanks are close behind.* Emergency ratchet style crank socket* Water resistant switches* 18 inch of travel* Easy bolt on installation* Powder coated finish resists rusting.* Extra large adjustable footpad for 4,000 pound unit* Hardened all steel gears Die-cast aluminum cap* Large front light for easy night time viewing* 2 1/4 inch outer tube on 4,000 pound unit.4,000 black.
Yes. A 3,000 pound electric jack will work just fine. Based on your trailer weighing 7,500 pounds loaded will equate to your tongue weight between 750-1125 pounds. Although you can choose a 2,500 pound (see link attached) electric jack, I would highly recommend the Stromberg Carlson # JET-3555 (white) or # JET-3755 (black) as they are rated at 3,500 pounds. I think you will really like the price point! I have also included an FAQ for you too.
Selecting an electric jack for your toy hauler or camper can be overwhelming. Based on your 2100 lb. tongue weight, I personally recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87248. It has a ball-bearing screw system that allows it to run quietly, quickly and smoothly. Another benefit is that it shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out, which prevents damage to the gears. This Husky Brute Jack has a lifting capacity of 3,000 lbs. which would be more than you'd...

Features: ---Strong Fine Mesh Screen --- Extra Strong Galvanized Steel Roof Flange with Mill Finish --- Vent Color is White --- Includes 70" of 3/4" Butyl Tape ---Includes 28 screws for mounting the roof vent --- No Garnish Ring --- Will replace existing Elixir or Ventline Products --- Standard OEM Dimensions (Opening 13.25" x 13.25") Mounting Flange (16.5" x 16.5") Power Vent Options Available (Visit our store for the listing) * Garnish not included.

Quickly and easily install a 4-way trailer connector on your vehicle with this custom harness. T-One connector plugs directly into OEM tow package wiring harness - no cutting or splicing required. vehicle's wiring matches that of your trailer Powered module connects directly to avoid overloading your vehicle's electrical system Constructed of 16-gauge bonded wire Comes with dust cap for 4-way flat

Even after I read the many bad reviews I decided to give this a try. I wasn't going to just let my tongue jack get rusty and broken. I know alot of you said it leaked and wasn't water resistant so I decided to use my waterproofing spray I use on family shoes on this cover. After a few crazy wind/rain storms it is staying dry. Hubby and I are happy with it.
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