RV Awning Fabrics
When it’s time to repair or replace your RV awning fabric, look no further than Lippert. We have the RV awning replacement fabric you need to enjoy your next camping adventure with shade, protection and style. Choose from universal sizes in multiple colors, cut-to-fit options and more.
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RV Awning Fabric for Shade, Protection & Style
Replacing your RV awning has never been easier with our wide range of options made from quality materials. Whether you’re looking for fabrics for your patio awning, window awnings or slide topper, our selection of RV awning replacement fabric is thoughtfully designed and carefully manufactured using mildew resistant vinyl fabrics.
Solera awning fabrics are made from heavy-duty 13.5-oz vinyl that is cold-crack-tested to -25°F, providing long-lasting protection and weather resistance. Our awning fabrics also feature heat-welded, leak-resistant seams and come in multiple sizes and a variety of colors to perfectly suit the aesthetic of your RV.
For slide toppers, our cut-to-fit fabric comes in a 50' roll, so you don't have to go searching high and low for replacement fabric that fits your RV's needs. This is an easy, cost-effective way to repair your slide topper without breaking your budget. Plus, you can choose from sleek black or white color options.
Compatibility is key! Solera RV awning replacement fabrics are made to fit Dometic® and Carefree® of Colorado awnings, so you can always find the fabric that’s the right fit for your RV.
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How to Measure an RV Slide-Out Awning
What is the #1 thing that you need to know when measuring your RV slide-out awning? In this blog, we'll answer that question, and break down the simple-but-often-confused process of measuring for a replacement awning step by step.
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How To Replace RV Awning Fabric
Are you thinking about replacing your old, worn-out RV awning fabric? Here’s everything you
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How to Clean Your RV Awning the Easy Way
Out of sight, out of mind, right? Unfortunately, this is not a good principle to live by when it comes to your RV awning. In fact, a neglected awning can quickly deteriorate and turn into a bigger problem, leading to mold, mildew and the need for a complete replacement.