Quictent RV Covers - All Shapes and Sizes
Welcome to Quictent RV Covers. RV Covers protect your RV investment as RV supplies. Quictent offers quality RV Covers for your travel trailer, Class A RV, Class C RV, 5th wheel RV.
Our RV covers are made from quality fabrics such as silver-coated oxford cloth and Exclusive Super Non-Woven Plus.
Quictent will continue to offer a new RV Covers to meet your needs. We hope that Quictent RV Covers continue to protect your RV from the natural elements.
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Frequently Asked Questions about RV Covers
Q: What are the different types of RV Cover?
A: You can find Class A RV Covers, Class B RV Covers, Class C RV Covers, 5th Wheel Covers, Travel Trailer Covers , camper covers, toy hauler covers, pop-up camper covers, truck camper covers, and other options.
Q:What is the best RV Cover material?
A: Super Non-Woven Plus is a composite material that combines the advantages of non-woven and oxford fabric. The silver-coated oxford cloth has the effect of blocking strong light and anti-ultraviolet rays. They are considered to be the best materials for RV Covers.
Q: How much does a RV Cover cost?
A: Quictent offers RV Covers in the price range of $239.99 to $339.99.
Q: Should you cover an RV for the winter?
A: If you are sure that your RV will not be used all winter and you need to park it outdoors, you better invest in a special RV cover. This RV cover will protect the RV from UV rays, high winds, rain, and animals.
Q: How are RV covers measured?
A: Step 1: Measure the length of the RV from bumper to bumper.
Step 2: Measure the height of the RV from the top of the exterior of the RV to the bottom of the frame.
Step 3: Measure the width of the RV.Your RV cover size should not be smaller than the RV size or too large.
Q: Should RV covers be waterproof?
A: Quictent RV covers are waterproof and, yet, still breathable. Tiny pores in the fabric allow moisture to escape without preventing water droplets from getting in.
Q: How do I keep my RV cover from ripping?
A: You need to be aware of the sharp corners in your RV, they can easily make the RV cover tear. You can use foam and tape to cover these sharp points to avoid tears, punctures, and rubbing as much as possible.
Q: Is it OK to cover RV with tarp?
A: Covering an RV, if you don't invest in proper RV storage, is essential to keeping it protected from the elements. RV covers, RV skirts, and other methods can be used besides the traditional tarp route.
Q: What is the purpose of RV covers?
A: The benefits to covering your RV with an RV cover are: Protect your RVs paint, finish, fabrics and various other components from UV damage. Prevent dust, dirt, sap or bird droppings from accumulating on, or from damaging your RV. Water resistant to repel rain and snow while being breathable to allow moisture to escape.
Q: How long does an RV cover last?
A: Most covers last between 3-5 years. It's best to replace covers when they're showing wear rather than waiting for failure.
Q: How tight should an RV cover be?
A: Straps should be moderately tight. Avoid over-tightening. Now that your RV cover is in place, set a reminder to check on it at least once a month. Cover straps can loosen with wind and require regular retightening throughout the storage season.
Q: How wide should a RV cover be?
A: If you want to be on the safe side, then we recommend choosing a RV cover that is at least 18 feet wide. This width will give you more than enough leeway to open doors and navigate around your RV and still be under shelter.
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