When EZ Snap™ developed this winterizing “DYI” RV skirting kit, we wanted to use the very best material we could find for the application. All of our skirting products are made using Diamond Weave™ premium skirting vinyl . Diamond Weave™ is a very strong and durable vinyl with half the storage bulk of regular RV skirting. The secret to Diamond Weave’s™ strength is its diamond shaped, interlaced scrim base. This allows for it to remain lightweight while still providing a durability insulating barrier in extreme weather conditions. Our skirting material is also a (Triple coated) material, for extra durability.
In 1999 the . Environmental Protection Agency began investigating perfluorinated chemicals after receiving data on the global distribution and toxicity of perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS).  3M, the former primary producer of PFOS from the ., announced the phase-out of PFOS, perfluorooctanoic acid , and PFOS-related product production in May 2000.  Perfluorinated compounds produced by 3M were used in non-stick cookware and stain-resistant fabrics.  The Cottage Grove facility manufactured PFCs from the 1940s to 2002.  In response to PFC contamination of the Mississippi River and surrounding area, 3M stated the area will be "cleaned through a combination of groundwater pump-out wells and soil sediment excavation". The restoration plan was based on an analysis of the company property and surrounding lands.  The on-site water treatment facility that handled the plant's post-production water was not capable of removing the PFCs, which were released into the nearby Mississippi River.  The clean-up cost estimate was $50 to $56 million, funded from a $147 million environmental reserve set aside in 2006.