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ADAD437

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Posted: 01/04/23 01:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

darren thomas of sebring done my rear window and 2 big windows by the dinette with thier pateneded windows to the tune of about 2500.00 , absolutely love them lifetime guarantee. on 2005 national dolphin.

when i say rear window i am talking about the big picture window on the rear of mh.

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David0725 wrote:

So this Fleetwood expedition that I'm look at most the windows are fogging upI cant remember if there was a fix for that or not? If so what is the fix and who can I contact for that information? Other then these windows in about to make a offer. I appreciate any and all feed back.

Sun Coast Designers in Hudson,FL does the repair and provides a lifetime warranty. It's about $300 per window. I have had 3 done there. Very professional and good work. Here's their website: Sun Coast website


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grldst wrote:

If your are a do it yourselfer, there is a kit available online that works very well. Kit includes everything you need to do a window for 120.00. Also has a video with good clear instructions. If you have more then one window, addition supplies can be ordered for around 60.00 per window.


I looked at this route. I also found where you can buy it in larger quantities for a lot less $$$. (One place was $7.80/ft, the other is closer to $1.00/foot for what appears to be the same stuff)

I'm about ready to get the stuff coming and tackle the job myself.

Here is a great video on repairing them, in the video are part numbers for the stuff needed.

Foggy Window Repair

We had considered Sun Coast last time we were in Florida, we simply ran out of time.

We had a quote from them that was reasonable IMO. If we had another week down there we most likely would have gone that route.

As it is now the MH is in the garage and there is no snow on the ground to snowmobile, I might as well fix some windows!


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Use a mixture of 30% vinegar, 30% Dawn dishwashing soap, and 40% water in a spray bottle. Get a roll of paper towns and start spraying. Allow to soak for a couple minutes, scrub with a rough sponge, and wipe off with the towels.
Repeat as required. It could take 5-10 times.
I had the foggiest windows ever, all it took was some elbow grease with the correct cleaner.
Why spend huge money to replace windows? Glass itself does not fog.

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Do not, under any circumstances, use The Auto Glass Boss, 9417 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85207. We paid $600 to have three half glass windows, that were compromised, repaired. One window was okay, one was compromised in a few weeks and is still full of water between the lenses and the other leaks water every time it rains.


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Thank you everyone.we found sonmone to cone to the house fir $130 per window.


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David0725 wrote:

Thank you everyone.we found sonmone to cone to the house fir $130 per window.


That's reasonable! For that $$$ I'd have them do it too.

In our case, I ordered the stuff yesterday and I'm going to give it a shot. Worst case I screw it up so bad we'll have to buy a new window. [emoticon]

Best case I get them done without too many headaches.

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I started the first window today, I'd gladly pay someone $130 to to do them!

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Bruce Brown wrote:

I started the first window today, I'd gladly pay someone $130 to to do them!


Hang in there my friend! I know you do good work!

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Want to come over and give me a hand?

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