Assorted Windjammer mods continued...
The bathroom skylight had been an unwelcomed source of heat and discomforting light, especially at our higher altitude. I wanted some type of reversable solution, so using paint, window film, or other 'structures' for shade weren't considered. Sometimes I hoped and dreamed that the Maxxair folks would answer the many voices asking for a solution, but none came. Using my marginal sewing skills first nurtured in junior high, I purchased tan colored linen and sewed it as a cover over two layers of Reflectix cut to approximate the skylight openning. With six fender washers painted to match the screws on the inside, lower plastic frame of the skylight, I carelessly, with little skill, sewed corresponding neodymium magnets onto the Reflectix side of my skylight cover. What a difference it has made. I didn't take pre and post temperature readings, but I now hear complaints about how cold the toilet seat is!!! The shade is easily removable for showers and allows soft light around the edge once attached.