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Old 04-15-2012, 03:36 AM   #1
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Any suggestions for sun screens for the large back window? I am looking at Phifer SunTex 80, in a stucco color. I would like to fashion an inside shade to cut down on the heat and still have some visibility. The day/nights are ok for privacy, but sure don't do much for the heat. We are planning a winter "retirement" to Arizona or any other state warmer than WI in the winter. Would like to keep A/C use to a minimum or at least help it out.
I am thinking about just hanging the SunTex from a dowel or two and taking it down and rolling it for storage when not needed.
Thanks for any and all good ideas.
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:31 PM   #2
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We used Textilene, very similar to SunTex, for solar screens on our boat with very good results. You could also attach a few snaps to the top of the fabric and wall so it could hang free instead of dowels; very easy to remove, fold and store.
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Thanks. The snap idea sounds good.
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