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    Now that we’re in the start of the winter months, my trailer isn’t getting the use it deserves.  How is everyone protecting their teardrop when not in use?  Any suggestions for tarps or covers?  The CLC option seems to be very pricey, and it doesn’t seem to account for the roof racks or accessories on top.  Should any covering be completely water repellent, or allow some aspect of breathability?

    Thanks in advance.


    I opted for a midsized ATV cover. Works well enough for me but im just using it as a dust cover since the camper is in a garage.


    We’ve built a little 8×12 shelter for it.

    We’ve found it hard to find the right fabric cover for all the roof attachments.

    8x12 teardrop garage





    I am storing mine in the garage, but that is a fairly dusty space, so I have put over it a modified cover.

    Lucky me, I found at Goodwill a brand new cover ($25) designed for the small R-pod camper, which turned out to be way to large. So, I broke out the sawing machine and retrofited that cover for the teardrop. Not the best looking seams, but it does the job.

    the other week I left the camper for four days in a campground in FL, while I was offshore, and the modified cover worked just fine, it keept all the bird poop off of the camper.

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