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Old 09-18-2016, 07:06 PM   #11
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In my case, folks would only look once....typically they would change sites after that non issue..
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Old 11-11-2016, 05:05 PM   #12
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Here is what my wife did to both the door windows.

First- She made curtains for all the windows inside the trailer out of "black out" curtains. She sewed up all the curtains to allow them to slip on to spring rods.

For the two door windows she made the curtain to size and sewed in a stiff wire to make it look like it is on a curtain rod. Then on the back she sewed one half of the item in the link and the other we removed a screw from each corner of the window and attached the other side. So technically it is actually "Velcroed" on but gives the appearance of a curtain rod. This allows us to easily remove the curtain if we want.

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I would get some simple spray on window tint. Amazon has several variation in aerosol cans. Since it is already a textured window it will look like it came from the factory that way.

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Old 11-11-2016, 09:53 PM   #14
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Here is what my wife did to both the door windows.

First- She made curtains for all the windows inside the trailer out of "black out" curtains. She sewed up all the curtains to allow them to slip on to spring rods.

For the two door windows she made the curtain to size and sewed in a stiff wire to make it look like it is on a curtain rod. Then on the back she sewed one half of the item in the link and the other we removed a screw from each corner of the window and attached the other side. So technically it is actually "Velcroed" on but gives the appearance of a curtain rod. This allows us to easily remove the curtain if we want.

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That's a great idea and gives it a good home feeling. It's that little extra effort that just warms the place up.
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Old 11-13-2016, 08:43 AM   #15
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We used one of these. Works great and helps keep the trailer cooler. It only uses velcro, so you can take it on and off with ease.

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-45167-S...v+window+shade
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