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Old 09-27-2011, 09:10 AM   #15
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X2 on the Magne Shade. They cost more, but I just added them to my A and will never use another shade. Put them up and take them down in under a minute with no ladder required.

Great product and super customer service!
X3! Roger is great to work with and you can't beat the product. I have not only the windshield, but passanger, driver, and door windows as well. Easy to use and it really cuts down the interior temps.
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Old 10-15-2011, 06:35 PM   #16
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Purchased the RV Quickshades, was in Arkansas this year 2011 heat was brutal and I mean brutal. Shades on the inside did very little for afternoon heat build up. Put the RV Quickshates on the outside, placed two plastic cups between the glass and shade this worked better but took for ever to get them on and off. This was a temp solution.

We are going to get the Magna Shades, expensive but feel they will work better.
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:32 AM   #17
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Another Prompt Sunscreen lover. Here is their website RV Sunscreen | Our Sunscreens, Shades and Covers

They are so easy to put up that I often will put them up on an overnight stop. I have had neighbors ask me how I put it up so fast. Usually takes about as long to put them up or take them down as it takes to get them out of the storage bin. Have never needed a ladder, no installation, no holes in the coach. It just takes the two rubber stretch cords, shipped installed (mid entrance coach). I get 80% heat reduction and have a decent day time view out with screen installed.
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Old 10-16-2011, 10:42 AM   #18
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We use a Prompt Sunscreen. We really like it. Google it they have a website.

We have had the prompt shades on our last mh and this one as well. Up in a couple of minutes without a ladder.

As for inside and outside. We live in the hot Sacramento Valley and hands down the outside one keeps it cooler. Ours came with the inside ones and they blocked the bright sun but the heat behind them was tremendous.

As for keeping the inside cool it would be near impossible for us with the front facing the hot sun without the outside cover.
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