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    Re: EZ Snap shades

    Quote Originally Posted by Garypowell View Post
    Screening arrived today and it is certainly not your typical screen. Cut to size for the three windows I want to cover and applied my Velcro. To my wonder, about 1/2 hour later the screen fell off the window....leaving the Velcro behind.

    Once the sun hit the window I applied it again. it stayed up long enough for me to determine it will make a big difference in the heat in the rig.

    Bit the bullet and went to the EZ Snap website and ordered 60 fasteners for $83 with shipping.

    Fortunately, I only did one window before the screen fell off. But I still have to remove the Velcro from the window I did.

    At least one advantage of the studs is can put them on and then sit back and wait a day to let them firm up.

    The saga will continue!
    Argh! I must have applied a lot more Velcro, have not had that issue yet.

    Keep us informed when you get the EZSnaps and take pics of the install process. I want to see if it's worth doing. The shades do help. Haven't put mine up yet because Texas can't decide what season it is yet... luckily still on the pleasant side... and we keep getting severe storms that would likely rip them down as well.


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    Re: EZ Snap shades

    If any of y'all wanna test them good, we are going to be in the triple digits here in South Georgia for Memorial Day weekend.

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    Re: EZ Snap shades

    I installed the EZ Snap system while in Florida this past winter. Put the screens on the south facing door side large windows and the west facing rear window. They made a significant difference. Went from using both A/C units in 90+ degree temps to primarily getting by with a single unit. Attached pics show view from outside and inside.ez snap outside.jpgez snap inside.jpg
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