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Old 06-25-2012, 10:33 AM   #1
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I Just purchased a Bambi International. I have to store it outside in a fairly tight area. Is anyone aware of covers for the exterior? I realize the aluminum paneling will be fine. But it gets dirty fairly quickly.

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Old 06-25-2012, 10:40 AM   #2
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Hi Mike, we're looking forward to owning a International soon and have been reading lots on this forum. One of the cool features here is the search function. I've read many posts on the use of covers and we won't be using one as it can damage the finish/clearcoat of a new Airstream. :-( Here is one thread to get you started.... http://www.airforums.com/forums/f458...eam-82580.html
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I Just purchased a Bambi International. I have to store it outside in a fairly tight area. Is anyone aware of covers for the exterior? I realize the aluminum paneling will be fine. But it gets dirty fairly quickly.

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Mike
Using a fabric cover of any kind, over the trailer, "WILL" damage the paint and then the metal.

Installing a "roof" cover works fine.

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I Just purchased a Bambi International. I have to store it outside in a fairly tight area. Is anyone aware of covers for the exterior? I realize the aluminum paneling will be fine. But it gets dirty fairly quickly.

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Hi Mike, we're looking forward to owning a International soon and have been reading lots on this forum. One of the cool features here is the search function. I've read many posts on the use of covers and we won't be using one as it can damage the finish/clearcoat of a new Airstream. :-( Here is one thread to get you started.... http://www.airforums.com/forums/f458...eam-82580.html
Right. Never, ever, put any kind of a cover that can rub the skin of an Airstream on one. It will abraid the clear coat and pretty much ruin the appearance in short order.
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