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Old 07-02-2013, 04:02 PM   #31
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We don't really have any tinting on ours either, but never noticed any issues with glare. If I were to paint them, it'd be white for the reflective properties, but really no need to. We have all but 1 window covered most of the time if in an unshaded park, and that's the small one over the sink. While traveling the one over the couch and by dinette get removed where kids can see where we're going. Whether in the sun or shade, you suffer a loss of heating or cooling through the windows, especially if not the dual pane, so most of the time we opt for the added benefit of all windows being covered with the insulation. In our case, we stay outdoors a majority of the time, so not worried about looking out windows much.

John and Rebecca Dickson
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Old 07-02-2013, 04:19 PM   #32
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Thanks for your clarifications. We also stay outside. Had visions of frying with added reflection of sun...

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