yeah, they'd a gone up two, except for the "cute" avatar............oneeyeddick wrote:Yeah... but ended it with one of those winky smileys, so I think he is joking.
Krap , I'm not sure which one of those cuties in the pic is posting ...
Ideas, advice, tips, and tricks regarding shelter, shade, tents, and camping. Yes, this includes RV's too.
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Our Dollar Trees in Utah have them. Heck, they had solar lights last month!SAnselmino wrote:What brand of dollar store did you get the windshield sun reflectors at? I went to Dollar Tree, and they didn't have any.oneeyeddick wrote: We attach windshield sun reflectors from the $1 store so that the windows and their frames are completely covered. from light and dust..
Ask what's going to be in stock.
I second this! Works marvelously! Get the mylar emergency blankets from the camping section at wally-world, about $3 for a 4'x5' piece. I cut it to fit the windows and tape in place with gaffers tape. Not good on paint, but brilliant on metal or plastic. Since it's made to be used on lighting equipment it doesn't get melty in the heat.ygmir wrote: one year, I taped reflective mylar over the windows.
gidget is gadgety-good!