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Old 02-09-2019, 05:20 PM   #1
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Old 02-09-2019, 08:02 PM   #2
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Old 02-09-2019, 10:11 PM   #3
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DAVE Root.
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Old 02-10-2019, 09:41 AM   #4
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Outfit in Hudson, Florida.. great to deal with..I used them.
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Has anyone actually tried Dave Root's DIY repair kit? I'd be interested in your experience if you have.
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Outfit in Hudson, Florida.. great to deal with..I used them.
Yeah, you're thinking of https://suncoastdesigners.com/

I don't have first-hand experience with them, but neighbors in an RV park had their windows done there, bumper to bumper, and the results looked fantastic. Like a new coach.

Not inexpensive, as I recall, but truly a case of getting what one pays for.
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Searcy, Arkansas, is Dr Fog. Highly recommend them.

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I looked st Dave Root packages and I found on Amazon all the parts needed cheaper. I got all that I needed and did 7 windows and could do 2 more for about $145.00. I also put some Argon inside windows. Not sure how much but haven't had one fogged in 4 years
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How did you inject the argon a d seal it ?
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I looked st Dave Root packages and I found on Amazon all the parts needed cheaper. I got all that I needed and did 7 windows and could do 2 more for about $145.00. I also put some Argon inside windows. Not sure how much but haven't had one fogged in 4 years
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Argon is heavier than air. What I did is after all was clean and spacer was installed on the one window, when I put the second one I kept one end not glued by spacer. I put the window at about 45 degree angle with top not glued up, up a football needle at bottom and open the Argon. After a few minutes I would glue the top part and as soon I shut Argon I would start sealing the bottom part where needle was with glass Erethanr and go all around window to seal it. As I said I have some but not sure how much. I think it should be only Argon in window but no way to tell
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I found on Amazon all the parts needed cheaper. I got all that I needed and did 7 windows and could do 2 more for about $145.00.
I'd be interested in seeing your shopping list! Save me the research time.

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We had an appointment for 2/20, but had to cancel. Can't wait to go get mine repaired.
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