From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Some RVers love the extra living space afforded by having slide-outs on their trailer or motorhome. Others regret their decision to buy an RV that has them.
Whether you’re happy with your slide outs – or you curse their existence – one way to keep water out (and prevent water damage) is to take care of your slide’s rubber seals.
Rubber seals prevent water intrusion and damage
Rubber barriers provide a waterproof seal that prevents rainwater or road splash from entering the top, sides, or bottom of your RV’s slide out.
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