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Old 03-27-2015, 02:48 PM   #1
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Ok project today was put a black out curtains behind drivers seat and passenger seat. Ordered track $15 and look for curtains and DW had problems finding the right size. So I told her to look at shower curtains cloth type and bingo. To bad she didn't ordered the cheaper ones. Ordered slides for curtain and sewed them on and here it is. I am getting the rv ready to take grandkids to Disney World this summer and if I have to drive late it is hard to tell them live in the dark. So here is the solution. Plus I can close them with my DW and just use the dash AC and heater.


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That looks good!
We installed MCD America Duo day/night shades in our motor home and the night shades really do a great job. You can walk around outside at night and only see a few places where a little crack of light shows.
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