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- Netherlands, Eindhoven area
The lokaris are actually spaced at quite a distance from the sheet metal, on average 5 cm or more from it, so air has enough place to circulate. It will dry up nicely behind there every time.sorry to be perhaps pessimist , but i can see those lokari's keep dirt and mud outside but sure no water .... those rubber edges will never be watertight. Can it dry every time inside ? or do those keep it just wet for a much longer time ?
Biggest benefit is that it is just water that enters. As no sand or stones accumulate, it doesn't retain water like a sponge. There's no mud forming.