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kentuckyrain
Posted 2012-08-21 6:24 PM (#146506)
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Where can I buy these? Jazz sales doesn't give you any idea of pricing. Are there any other sources? And does anyone have other suggestions, besides curtains...

 

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illini
Posted 2012-08-21 7:47 PM (#146511 - in reply to #146506)
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We bought our day/night shades from Jazz sales. I was also confused about the pricing,you just need to call and give them your measurments and the color then they can give you a price. We were very happy with the results.

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AZgrulla
Posted 2012-08-21 8:00 PM (#146513 - in reply to #146506)
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Home Depot and Lowes have them....

 

 

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kentuckyrain
Posted 2012-08-21 8:23 PM (#146514 - in reply to #146513)
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Thanks to both of you!

 

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ponytammy
Posted 2012-08-21 9:29 PM (#146515 - in reply to #146506)
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Camping World has them too along with other RV part stores.
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gard
Posted 2012-08-21 10:09 PM (#146516 - in reply to #146506)
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Mini blinds are less expensive, offer better ventilation, and work much better for both light and darkness. They are available from many sources.
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horsin around
Posted 2012-08-22 4:28 PM (#146537 - in reply to #146506)
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I bought some at Menards.  I then also bought some curtains that have the backing on them to keep out light and it also helps with heating and cooling.  I used a spring loaded curtain rod for the curtain.  I usually close the curtains at night especially when it's cold since trailer windows don't seem to be well insulated.
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