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 > Do you regret getting rid of your RV cornices?

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Posted: 02/13/21 05:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We removed the side valances on our KZ as soon as we got it. Left the top part on to hide the shades when they are up and put stuff on top of them like a shelf.

No regrets at all, would do it again in a heartbeat.


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Posted: 02/15/21 06:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BarneyS wrote:

One positive comment on them is that they eliminate the ability of your neighbors who are parked next door - often VERY close by next door, from seeing into the trailer from the edges of the shades or curtains. Without them, it is very easy to look inside at night, even without trying.

In many campgrounds, the sites are very close together and people like to sit outside at night around a campfire. Can't help sometime seeing inside a persons trailer or motorhome because of the gap in the curtains edges.

Just thought I would bring this up since there are so many who are against the things and to answer the OP's question, NO, we did not get rid of ours mainly because of the reason I stated.
Barney


I made curtains for my windows, and set the rod brackets a few inches wider than the window. Makes the window look bigger, lets in more light when the curtains are pushed back, and blocks light and visibility when the curtains are closed.


Single empty-nester in Middle TN, sometimes with a friend or grandchild on board

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