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Old 05-22-2016, 01:25 PM   #1
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Darkening trailer for baby sleep

Hi there! New to forum. We have camped for several years but are new to having a baby! Used to just our dog with us lol. Any tips for getting trailer dark for naps/bed for an almost one year old? Thinking of just putting towels on windows... Not wanting to spend a lot on new blinds. Any other tips welcome think garbage bags would work? Baby will likely sleep in playpen instead of bunks as we have yet to find a bed rail to fit bunks.

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I put blackout material on my skylight . It was beige in color and attached with Velcro. It worked very well in keeping the heat and light out.

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I have seen insulation usef to stuff the skylights. Also point the aur ducts away from baby. We travel with a two year old gc and habe brought her since birth.
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The windows in my trailer were factory tinted.

But on the front two windows by the bed I had a tint shop install 5% tint. Now it's nice and still fairy dark during the day and with the blinds closed at night nothing comes in.

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