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Tarp Cover Ventilation
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January 27, 2018 - 5:43 am
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Trying out covering with plastic tarp (2008 Fleetwood/Coleman Victory 3959 PopUp)  but, I am concerned about ventilation and avoiding mildew, here in South Florida heat and humidity. Have and A/C on top of the roof.

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Lay something over it first like 2x4s or pool noodles as you will definitely need ventilation. sealing it tight will just keep any moisture in. 

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Will try with pool noodles first or maybe pvc inverted U. Thanks

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good idea, strategically places pool noodles will be an inexpensive and good way to get ventilation.

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