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Old 07-06-2008, 07:24 PM   #1
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I saw an ad someplace for one. I don't want to put snaps in my new M/H. Does anyone know anything about them?
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I saw an ad someplace for one. I don't want to put snaps in my new M/H. Does anyone know anything about them?
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Old 07-06-2008, 08:39 PM   #3
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Old 07-08-2008, 09:16 AM   #4
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RV sunscreens---work very well. I have had mine for 4.5 years.
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I have had the RV Sun Screens for a little over 4 years. No problems. I called and had them send me samples of the different colors. Made it easier selecting a color.
We have screens for the windshield, door, driver and pass. side windows, windshield wipers and the bag that stores them neatly.
We were in Kansas this May where the winds were strong daily. The screens never blew off, but the wind destroyed my living room slide topper.
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I`ve had RV Sun Screens for two coaches -- I live in Az. & the heat has not damaged the suction cups, & only once in the 3 years that I`ve had them, has the screens come loose, & that was when a hard wind hit -- I have black ones,& that matches the the windshield gasket, & can hardly tell they are on --- Bill Willard
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They were so aggravating to use I threw mine in the dumpster.
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Have use since 2003. Works great. Couldn't be any easier to use.
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You might want to check out www.rvquickshades.com they are attached to the inside of the windshield with suction cups. Easy to set up, very effective and never get rained on or messed up. Cost is a fraction of those set up with clips or snaps.
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Thanks. I think I'll go with the quickshades.the ease of installation is really inviting
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seems it would be better to kill the heat on the outside rather than the inside. jmho
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I use Rv Sunscreens. The heat is on the outside and they are a sponsor of IRV2. Try this link

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I like the Prompt RV Sunscreen too. I've used them on 3 previous MHs for front and sides. You can definitely feel the heat difference when it's on the outside. Unfortunately they don't work on my new MH so I'll be ordering another for the one piece windshield on the Neptune.
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Prompt RV sunscreens, (IMO) is the GOLD standard
Dont leave home without it!!!TENN.
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