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Old 08-18-2015, 08:08 AM   #29
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While I was sweating, I did all the windows
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I am a great proponent of Reflex. It really works. However, have read that it can cause fogging when used with double pane windows. Maybe an urban legend but having had our driver and passenger side windows rebuilt at Suncoast Designers | RV Window Repair Specialists in Hudson, FL I'm not gonna risk it on all of our double pane windows so only use inside the windshield.

Also, as mentioned earlier, don't use self-adhesive Velcro tabs or tape. The adhesive really turns into a messy goo.

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That's an excellent point. It occurred to me after I posted the Velcro idea that the glue would likely just melt away into a goopy mess, but I hadn't gotten around to thinking of alternatives. Your suction cup idea is perfect, so thank you!!!

I used the industrial grade velcro and put tabs in the blackout area at the inside top of the windshield. The glue gets harder with heat and I'll need a good razor to remove it, no sagging. The 4' width works great and fits behind the electric MCD shades. One added benefit I found was when the learning function of the MCD fails and will not come down at a camp site for the night, putting this sheet up is a good temporary fix.
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