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Old 02-17-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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MCD "thingies"!

We replaced all of our string blinds and curtains in our coach recently. We chose to go with MCD shades and really like them. I noticed in a few magizines that some of the roller shades had little "thingies to grab on the shade to keep smudges off the blind. I called MCD and inquired about such "thingies. They promptly told me to give them my adress and they would send me some...FREE! About a week later I received a package and installed them today. I liked our blinds before but they just got better! Thanks MCD for being a great company with a great product. And for the little "thingies" also!
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Thanks for the information. It's always good to hear about companies with great customer service.
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We just left the factory after having them installed all the way around the coach. DW wanted something that was easy to clean. What everyone said about factory installation certainly proved true. We were there with about ten other coaches in a space with 50 amp service. They got us out of there two days sooner then expected. The job they did modifying the windshield posts was truly amazing. Plus my dog liked the fenced in area to run. She never did meet the kitty cats that live under their porch.
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Can you post a photo of the " thingie "?
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Glad to hear that they took care of you in providing the "thingies". Love to hear of good customer service when needed. Thanks for the post.
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It is a little nylon string about 1/4 in and makes a loop roughly hanging two inches down. In the bedroom at the head of the bed we put two, one on each side so we could reach them without climbing on the bed. We have a king size bed. We did the same at the dining table.
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It is a little nylon string about 1/4 in and makes a loop roughly hanging two inches down. In the bedroom at the head of the bed we put two, one on each side so we could reach them without climbing on the bed. We have a king size bed. We did the same at the dining table.
Although a photo is worth a thousand words, your explanation was great. Thanks.
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