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Old 07-18-2016, 12:38 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by CampingCajun View Post
Actually Joe you can see out pretty good with the Magna Shade. Not sure on some of the other types of materials used.

Not through the material he's using! It will be pitch black!

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Reflectix has done the job for us. We have discussed going to a Magna shade next year.

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I assumed the foil back stuff TMW188 did was just for storage - ?
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I assumed the foil back stuff TMW188 did was just for storage - ?

Well yes I will store it during the summer but also when camping to keep the heat gain down, very difficult to keep cool with all that hot glass.

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I use Prompt RV Sunscreens. Color matches unit and easily installed. No fasteners. You can see through it.

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