Adco RV Air Conditioner Cover Review

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Review of the Adco RV Air Conditioner Cover


What's up everybody. It's AJ with eternal.com. Today, we're gonna be checking out this AC cover from ADCO. it's going to slip right over your AC on your rig. And that way, it keeps it from when you're in storage. You know, you don't want leaves or getting dirty or getting any of those vents clogged up and causing any issues down the road.

Just going to keep it nice and working longer. Let's check it out. When looking at this cover, you want to make sure it fits your AC unit. So some of the models that it does fit right out of the gate is going to be the Coleman Mach, Mach Plus, and Mach Power Saver. And if you're unsure, if it's going to fit the one that's on your rig, just go ahead and get the dimensions for it before you order it.

Those cover dimensions are going to be 37 inches long 26 inches wide and 13 and a half inches tall. So just go ahead and measure your unit and make sure that's the same. And if your dimensions aren't exactly on, there is the draw string. So if it is a little bigger than what yours is, it's okay. You can sinch it up like we did here and it comes nice and tight there on the sides of your AC unit.

Take a close look at the cover. It's got a reinforced vinyl on the top side. That way it's going to hold up to those UV rays and the elements that are going to come down onto it. And then on the inside it's almost like a soft felt material. That way it's not abrasive.

It's not going to scratch your AC unit or anything. It's going to be nice and protected in there now we're going to install it. So what I'm gonna do just kinda start here from the side, kinda throw it over there. I'm going to go back and forth and tighten it onto the AC unit. So I get this side kind of started, and I'll move over there. Pull a little bit tighter and it's going to get a little tight, but that's all right. You just pull it down over there. And you might have to jump side to side like I'm doing. Just to get it fully covering the AC unit. Once you got it pulled tight, you can just pull the draw string here. Put that in. Get it nice and tight around the bottom. And you're good to go. Overall I think it's going to be really helpful to have this. That way you can protect your AC unit because when you have it in storage, or if it's just the weekend before you go or the week before you go you want to keep that cover up, that way nothing gets in those vents and damages that AC, 'cause when you need it, you're going to want to use it and you want to keep it protected. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out and help us out..


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