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Old 10-09-2016, 11:14 PM   #15
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The Wheeling It blog by Nina has a write up with some before and after pictures of their coach you might want to look at.

Easy RV Mod -> Install MCD Shades – Wheeling It

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guess i'm not getting the vib here... I think the before looks better, but everything is not for everybody..too plain looking to be custom
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Old 10-09-2016, 11:23 PM   #16
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Sometimes looks are not everything, with the MCD shades function wins out, they open and close easy, the sunscreens keep out a lot of the heat from sunlight, and even more heat from sunlight is kept out when the white night shades are pulled down. The black sun screen shade makes a great privacy screen in the daytime.

The white shades reflect more light when down at night.
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Old 10-09-2016, 11:57 PM   #17
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Sometimes looks are not everything, with the MCD shades function wins out, they open and close easy, the sunscreens keep out a lot of the heat from sunlight, and even more heat from sunlight is kept out when the white night shades are pulled down. The black sun screen shade makes a great privacy screen in the daytime.

The white shades reflect more light when down at night.
so does a sheet..
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Bet you a dime not as much as the shade.
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well,... slow process... but got some of them done...

I got flat panels from Wal-Mart and target... sewed them to size and pleated them..there a shear panel in the back for day use....I did black out in the bedroom..
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also wanted to add... did all the window coverings for less than 150 bucks..
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I am going to get day/night pleated shades and just Velcro the bottoms down.
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I am going to get day/night pleated shades and just Velcro the bottoms down.
???? I don't understand???
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