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The top layer is peeling away from the roll out vinyl awning on my caravan. The awning is still attached to the van, but this thin layer is just coming away and breaking off as I drive from the wind passing over the awning. Is there anything I can paint onto the surface to re-seal it and prevent any more peeling off thanks, Barry

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