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Old 08-29-2002, 09:16 PM   #1
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Question Small curbside window

Curtains cover the 2 large as well as small windows on the roadside of the trailer. Curtains cover the one large curbside window above the couch on the curbside; however, they do not cover the horizontal window below this. I've thought about applying smoke or silver reflective film to this window for privacy. Any suggestions?
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Hi Craig,

I have seen many grocery getter cars out here with a shade film in the rear windows, which is a semi-permanent material. It removes easily for cleaning etc. it is for shading infant seats in the back of a car or van.
It is avaialble in limo dark, so that the desired privacy shoul dnot be a problem.
This material could be easily trimmed to fit the small window perfectly, plus it can be quickly removed for cleaning etc.
This is the quickest and cheapest solution I can think of. I am sure a permanent film would also be a good choice, but then that's very hard to remove once it has set in place for a while.
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Uwe,
I appreciate the response. I also was thinking about the shading that stays on with static electricity so that I don't have to do the soapy water/ squeegy thing.
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