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Alfie159

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been mooching through previous posts but can’t seem to find what I need

I’m looking for 2019 internal HAB (rear bed area) stick on window screens. I don’t want to spoil the factory fit ones. So need rear doors plus small bed side windows x 2

I’m sure I’ve read a member can supply these ???

Directions to suppliers appreciated as I can’t track down on eBay or amazon rear screens .... just front cab ones

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Think it's @jezport who sells acrylic panels ready made?
We did our own in polycarbonate as wanted a thick but flexible "headboard" - details of materials & prices here but not a cheap option if doing three windows.

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I made my own insulation 'pads' from some old internal windscreen/door ones which I picked up cheap, easy enough to take of edging piping, cut the material to size and then restitch the piping. If you don't have a sewing machine you could use the iron on edging to reattach the piping.

If you make them very slightly bigger than you need the screens will sit snugly within the window aperture and stay there without the need for suckers etc. They don't prevent the blinds being used either if you feel the need to do so which we don't as the pads do the same job.
 

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An alternative is to use a camping bed roll cut to size - there are various types and thicknesses and this would be the easiest option. If you ones with the silver backing on this would also help keep the heat out in the summer.
 

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Wasn't sure if @Alfie159 wanted blind protectors or replacements but both options above now (y) We're thinking of making thermal rear window "mats" from thick silver backed camping mat as @Minxy Girl suggested above too as we have a couple of these surplus

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Oh, just a thought, whilst you're making them for the rear make some for the roof vents too ... its surprising just how much cold comes in through them and of course they are great for when its sunny to reduce the heat in the camper.
 
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Wow these are fab ideas ! Really pleased... I like the idea of actually both! Home made pace with acrylic over the top !

Thank you so much guys
 
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We wanted a perfect fit and wanted them to blend in. They protect the blinds, even when my wife sleeps halfway up them (dont ask you honestly dont need to know)
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By the way, if you use polycarbonate be aware that although its strong, it scratches really easily unless you but specialist coated polycarbonate but this is extremely expensive. We have used clear acrylic and it has stood up[to over 2 years sleeping against and door slamming. Also polycarbonate can't be laser cut as it lets of cancerous benzine fumes.

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