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  • Hanne
    HanneRV Repair Club:
    June 12Need to fix some small rips each of them in the corners of the awning and have heard that some special tape is available for easy and fast fixing. Anyone familiar with or have used this awning repair tape as I would like to hear how it works and if it las...  more
    • Hanne
      Whagerty June 12 I had a similar problem on one of my slide topper and used the tape. it works well but has  let go after a few years. I wouldn’t blame the tape my toppers are pretty flat and hold water. I’m unsure of the name of the tape. I have a buddy that has an ...  more
    • Hanne
      MRJohnston June 12 Find it on amazon or an RV store.   Search for “RV awning repair tape”.
    • Hanne
      Steve&Tina June 12 Walmart also has it
    • Hanne
      T&KC June 12 Flex Tape you can get it at walmart. Just claen the area well before applying 
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      • Hanne
        Hanne June 16 Thanks for the advice! Now I would like to know what to use to make the area very very clean before using the self-sticking Flex tape, possibly something like Rubbing Alcohol and/or Nail Polish Remover? What did you use and would suggest using?
    • Hanne
      Serenity 2000 June 12 I tried to use the RV awning repair tape on a rip on the slide topper near the RV roof. It wouldn't stick. I'm guessing the awning needs to be very clean for it to work. It's very wide tape, and clear, so it would look better, but the adhesion wasn't part...  more
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      • Hanne
        Hanne June 16 Figured I should try the RV awning repair tape, but have not heard very positive results - any suggestions as to what to use to clean the area real good before using adhesive tapes? Suggestions and/or advice much appreciated. Thanks.
    • Hanne
      Rick & Lil June 12 I used it along one edge of my awning when the seam stitching deteriorated. I used an unknown brand "awning repair tape" that was thick and I thought would hold up. It DID stick really good......too good. After awhile and in the heat, the adhesive started...  more
    • Hanne
      Dejavela June 12 Looked ghetto, but used leftover Eternabond on old camper awning, that was dry rotting, tearing, and leaking. We thought just to hold it until we could replace it. It did such good job, we left it like that until we traded it in 3 yrs later. Now w...  more
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      • Hanne
        Hanne June 16 Sounds like Eternabond would do a good job, however, where does one find Eternabond here in Victoria BC Canada. Having asked around, but did not get any useful replies. Have you got any idea? and it is easy to apply, being a 75 year aged woman, I do not e...  more
    • Hanne
      TeamFoxy June 13 When the fabric starts tearing next to the track, I have sewn a 5" length of polyester webbing on each end of several awnings over the years. Sew to the awning with a sewing all and screw the end of the webbing to the awning track with short self tapping ...  more
    • Hanne
      Hanne June 16 Thanks for the suggestion which will be looked into further.
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