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Old 11-18-2020, 10:07 AM   #1
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Window treatment plastic holders (hooks)

Not sure on how to call these but they are the plastic hooks that holds the fabric left and right of the windows. They break easily. I started to glue them back together but then the next time we bump into it, the repaired hook would break again. I bought new ones that didn't last very long either. So eventually I tried I tried to "Gorilla" tape the hooks back together. This solution has worked for us: 1) it's not visible once the fabric is on the hook. 2) whenever we bump against it, it just has enough little flexibility to give way and to go back in the original position.
A very simple fix, thought maybe someone else might find use for it. Some pics in attachment.
Another solution would be to move smoothly and gently through the Rv, but then that's not really our style
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Old 11-18-2020, 05:02 PM   #2
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My solution was to remove all those decorative fabrics. Really opened up the wall space and looks much better to us.
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