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Old 08-14-2016, 10:01 AM   #11
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Lowes or Home Depot, buy a roll of Reflectix and make your own. Easy to do, and enough on a roll to make shades for the coach windows when stored. Will drop the interior temps by 10-15 degrees.
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RIGHT ON grumpy,,, that is what I did !!!
I ended up using almost 2 rolls,,, I covered every thing,,, even the skylights,,, and a couple of weeks back I made a pic to fit MH door,,, it is heeled in with Velcro !!! All the other windows I first cut cardboard to fit,,, then covered it with Reflectix !!! These will also protect the shades !!!
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Old 08-16-2016, 01:29 AM   #12
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Lowes or Home Depot, buy a roll of Reflectix and make your own. Easy to do, and enough on a roll to make shades for the coach windows when stored. Will drop the interior temps by 10-15 degrees.

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We did this, very customized and use Velcro straps to roll it up small for storage. It's amazing how much the temp drops.
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X2. Little pricey, but you get what you pay for, works and fits great. Don't need to use the curtain, really helps keeping sun from heating your rig.
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X2. Little pricey, but you get what you pay for, works and fits great. Don't need to use the curtain, really helps keeping sun from heating your rig.
VERY NICE,,, how every I like to make things when ever I can !!!
For the windshield I had to take an old windshield shad that I had for my F-150 and add Reflectex to both sides,,, so it would complete cover the E-450 windshield !!! I really like not having to screw with the drapes !!!
As well as keeping the Sun & Heat out !!!
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