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Aug 10, 2008
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I have a set of internal type screens and they are forever falling down, I have fitted new ones cleaned the windscreen and still they fall down and then set the alarm off, which the neighbours love
 
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I have the same problem when I use the internal screens when the van is in storage. On site I use external silver screens....no problems.
So if anyone can advise on where to buy suckers that work I too would be appreciative.
 

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How about a bit of very sticky commercial grade "Velcro"... (y)
 

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These work well as designed for Milenco internal screens see http://www.milenco.com/products/universal-thermal-blinds/universal-sucker-pads-for-blinds/
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£9.99 here with delivery http://www.vanplusdirect.co.uk/epages/es133288.sf/en_GB/?
If you can find them without the p&p better value at around £7 & get 16 in a packet.

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Ebay search for 'window suckers' lots of different sorts and sizes. I bought a load last year about one & half inch with thread small plastic nut, stick to glass very well but I can't remember which supplier.
 

Wombles

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I have tried the Milenco ones and they fall down as well
We have never had one detach & if anything need some force or squeezing to remove! We use with the Milenco internal screen & a shower curtain to keep water off the mirror/sink area both of which are quite light so maybe not suitable for heavier materials. Also need to keep the glass clean & grease free as with any suction products but see that you have done this so perhaps not up to being attached for long periods? Had ours up for 6 days & no problems.
 

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@jezport who stands at Peterborough, not sure about Newark sells rubber suckers of various sizes, maybe he could help, look out for his parrot on his stand
 
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The suckers I sell are a lot stronger than the ones mentioned earlier in the thread. The ones I sell are not cheap eastern imports and I sell a lot to replace the grey plastic ones, I also do eyelets for adding extra suckers. I will be at Newark, Harrogate, Peterborough and a number of other shows. I also do mail order and Ebay. If you see an item you want from me on ebay please contact me here on Fun and I will give you a Fun discount.
 

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