Great RV Accessories Newsletter: Issue 14

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Great RV Accessories Newsletter: Issue 14

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Posted November 8, 2012

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Dicor Products’ new CoolCoat reduces
heat flux from roof to ceiling for a cooler coach

To help RVers escape the heat, Dicor Products has introduced a new heat-reducing coating option to its Two-Part Coating System for EPDM rubber RV roofs.

The company’s new CoolCoat Insulating Coating uses advanced MicroCells technology to reduce heat transfer from the RV roof to the RV interior. Tests show that this new ceramic coating can reduce the interior temperature by as much as 29 percent from the roof temperature.
The temperature reducing coating material is a new alternative to the popular acrylic coating that RVers have used for years in Dicor’s Two-Part Coating System for EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) roofs. Dicor Products says it is critical to prepare the roof with the cleaner/activator (first part) before applying either coating (second part) to ensure maximum coating adhesion. 
CoolCoat contains MicroCells, which are nano-sized spheres inside of which a vacuum has been created, which helps to dramatically slow heat flux — the rate of heat transfer from one surface to another. In this case, the heat transfer is from the RV’s exterior roofing surface to the RV’s interior surfaces, from where the heat can radiate into the RV. Using such vacuum-filled spheres is similar to the way a Thermos works in keeping liquids hot and cold for an extended period of time.
When CoolCoat cures, the MicroCells become tightly packed and help create a tough coating that reflects and dissipates heat by minimizing heat flux. This allows everything under the roof to stay cooler, longer — thereby reducing the load on air conditioning and saving energy. The durability and longevity of the EPDM coating is also improved. As with the other parts of the coating system, CoolCoat Insulating Coating is easy to apply and dries quickly.
Like Dicor’s EPDM Roof Acrylic Coating, CoolCoat extends the life and beauty of rubber roof membranes in forming a protective barrier with superior resistance to harsh weather and ultraviolet light. CoolCoat™ Insulating Coating is expected to be available at RV dealers and stores starting this month.


30% trade-in
allowance on old RV Shades!

For a limited time MCD, the leader in day/night roller shade technology, is offering 30% back when you send in your old RV shades. Simply order your new American Duo™ or value-priced GOLD Series shades from MCD at retail pricing. Receive your credit when your old shades are returned. This promotion won’t last long, so don’t delay! More details and Trade-in Allowance guidelines can be found on the MCD Innovations website. (Trade-in Program is only available factory-direct from MCD).

FoldTuk's collapsible roasting pan
stores in small space
Products that fold, collapse, or deflate are ideal for storage-short RVs. FoldTuk, manufacturers of foldable all-purpose, Cook-Serve-Store cooking ware now has a foldable roaster that can handle an 18-pound turkey -- just in time for Thanksgiving. Take a look.
Factory Direct Equipment
introduces new digital brake controller for trailers
If you like your brake controllers to be small, strong and fast, then the X8 could be the perfect match for your trailer or fiver -- and installation is easy enough to do it yourself. Learn more
New TV wall mount
designed just for tight spots in RVs
Innovative wall mount for your TV will keep it there through all the bumps and grinds of the RV lifestyle, and is ideal for mounting TVs in tight spaces. Learn more.
Snap-Stick keeps snaps and zippers
free of corrosion and grit
Such a simple way to keep snaps and zippers operating as efficiently as the day they were new -- you will wonder why you didn't think of it yourself. But Shurhold beat you to it. Look here.

Monitor your tire pressure and temperature
The TireTraker™ TT-400C is a full-time wireless electronic tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) designed to monitor & display tire pressures from 0 psi up to 145 psi & also to monitor tire temperatures from 14°F to 185°F. Monitor tires on your motorhome, trailer & tow vehicle -- up to 22 tires! Low pressure is the leading cause of premature tire failure! The TireTraker™ TT-400C, with its industry-leading 3-year warranty, can provide early notice of potential problems & assist in maintaining proper pressurization. List price (four tires) $319. Our price only $219. SAVE $100! Learn more or order. Read testimonials about Tire Traker.

What to do when Shaquille O'Neal is not handy
Even if you are six feet one you would feel short next to the Shaq. But if you are a lot less than six feet one, you will still have a problem reaching the back of your cabinets. But E-Z Foldz has a solution. Take a look.
Light up your world
with this Double Pancake LED Light Fixture
Seems like super bright, long-lasting LED lights are making their way into nearly every product line because of their efficiency, but pancakes? Pass the syrup. Read more.
Keep the mold and mildew gremlins away
with this dehumidifier
This is the time of year when increased humidity from cooking, showering, and lousy weather force you to keep your RV closed up tight, and controlling mold and mildew is a pain in the you-know-what. Solve that dilemma with a humidifier. Learn more.

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Wirelessly control
this aftermarket towable leveling system
Joys of the push button life. Now you can even level your trailer or fiver just by pushing buttons. And it's an easy bolt-on application as well. Read more
A simple solution
to avoiding damage to your screen door
If you can handle a drill and screwdriver, you can install this beefy RV screen door cross bar in minutes and keep the screendoor-challenged in your crew from walking through it without opening it first. Learn more.

You can seal those potentially leaky roof
edges, vents and screw heads yourself with Dicor's Lap Sealant
Watch this video to see how to seal your RV's roof yourself with Dicor's Lap Sealant. Mark Polk walks you through the procedure step by step to make it easy. Watch here


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