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Installing Nano Shades

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The windows in your camper or RV can be a bit of mixed blessing. Once you’re in a campsite you want to see the beautiful surroundings, but glare from the sun is no good. And, if there are neighbors, limiting their ability to see inside your camper is a good thing. Blinds work, but that’s all or nothing. This is where Nano Shades come in. Stick them to the windows in your camper as needed (which is really easy to do) and you can still see out, but they’ll reduce the glare, and the glaring neighbors.

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4 Responses to “Installing Nano Shades”

  1. John Connaughton

    Will the Nano Shades work with the regular shades? What I mean is, if I put the Nano Shade up and close the regular shades, will it help keep less heating into the camper during the day. Also, will it help make it even darker in the camper at night? I currently keep cardboard over the two windows in our bedroom of the camper, because I like DARK when I sleep at night.

    • Customer Service

      Hello John. It’s possible you might be able to install them together. The nano shades could be installed just below the current shades and you should have enough room to operate them both. If there isn’t enough room, the current shades should be able to be moved a little to accommodate as well. This would help keep it much darker for you.
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    • Customer Service

      Hi Rick. You can find the link to the Nano Shades in the description under the video.
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