Milenco External blinds (1 Viewer)

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May 7, 2013
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On our 2nd MH now a AutoTrail Savannah which we're absolutely delighted with
Hi again -looking for your advice. Are Milenco screen blinds effective and worthwhile and if not what would you recommend?
Thanks again
Ian
 

musson

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Dec 25, 2013
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If its for insulation try Silver Screens my work spot and stop all condesation
 
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Jan 27, 2014
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I used them both in and out with my last van then sold them on wouldnt fit this van
they were of a nice quality and not too dear
but are limited size wise hope this helps.
 
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Jan 27, 2014
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Re previous post they kept us warm and snug for 4 years.

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Forestboy

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Silverscreens for us 5 years now, use van all year including skiig in the alps in winter and southern Europe in summer.
Work perfect in all conditions.
 
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GJH

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We've had Taylor Made external screens for about 6 years and they still work well (though a bit dirty now). I keep looking around because advances since mean that they are now less bulky. It's worth paying for something like Silver Screens or Taylor Made though as the cheaper ones look far less efficient.
 
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Jun 22, 2012
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Just bought silver screens for our new van, fantastic service, good fit, fold down pretty flat for storage and very effective. We have a PVC and it was a chilly with a light frost and we had kept the heating on low overnight to test it and not a spot of condensation. Very pleased.
 
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