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Clear View Entry Door Window Kit

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Replace the cloudy window in your RV door with black tempered safety glass.
Provides stylish privacy and a view while controlling light and heat. Lets you see out while blocking others from seeing in. Easy 30-minute do-it-yourself installation, using basic hand tools. Includes 12.5" x 21.5" glass, sealing tape and instructions. Fits standard size window frames measuring 12" x 21" (inner frame to inner frame). Made in USA.

Note: Window frames not included. Must use existing window frames to install this item.

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Weight: 6 lbs.

Manufacturer: Ross Rv Innovations

Mfg Part #: B12521518KIT


Clear View Entry Door Window Kit: Customer Reviews

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0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
May 03, 2014
Excellent kit. Very easy to install. It takes longer to clean your hands than install the glass! I recommend using Goo Be Gone prior to using rubbing alcohol to clean sticky tape off frames, coach and hands. Well worth the money!
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Clear View RV Entry Door Window Kit

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April 13, 2014
This is a well-made kit for replacing the frosted glass in a standard RV door with darkened glass, similar to the glass found in most RV windows. Installation takes 30- 45 minutes but with a couple of precautions. The replacement sealer is double-sided foam with a protective pull-off coating on both sides and is EXTREMELY sticky. After installing the new sealer in the glass frame, I suggest leaving the pull-off coating on the glass side of the sealer in place and dry-fitting the glass into the frame. It can be a very tight fit and/or the frame may be a little bit out of square. Then leave a small gap between the glass and the sealer and use a small pair of pliers to pull off the protective coating through the gap, similar to installing a counter-top with contact cement. Once the glass touches the sealer, it is in place permanently! Recognize that the new glass is darkened, NOT one-way, and therefore at night the inside of the RV is visible from outside if an interior light is on. This problem is easily solved with a removable door window curtain. Overall, the kit is worthwhile to be able to see through the RV door window.
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