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Old 05-16-2018, 08:43 PM   #1
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Screen Door Privacy Mod

I wanted to have the screen door open, but still have privacy and daylight coming into the TT. But with the screen door open it lets the heat or cold in/out of the TT. I saw that some other people and comp. sell inserts you can put in the track of the inside of the screen door to make it a more solid door. I wanted to be able to keep the main door open and the screen door closed, but have daylight still be able to get into my TT. I used corrugated plastic from the Home DStore and cut it to fit in the interior channels of the screen door. It's removeable and still lets a good amount of light in when privacy is needed. The only thing I haven't done is put some privacy film on the clear plastic sliding access door handle panel to give complete privacy. I store the upper panel corrugate plastic under the bunk mattress and the lower I have been leaving in. It's kinda nice during the winter to get light inside the TT but not let all the cold inside the TT.
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Old 05-16-2018, 09:32 PM   #2
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Nice mod, did the same thing to my door this past winter.


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