Grow your YouTube views, likes and subscribers for free
Get Free YouTube Subscribers, Views and Likes

THIS Replaces UGLY Foil Insulation In Your RV Windows (Full DIY Build)

Follow
RV with Tito DIY

Get rid of UGLY Reflectix foil insulation in your RV windows. Here's a genius idea. Put the insulation in the shade. In this video I'll show you how to make a TITO Shade. It's insulated, adjustable, blocks all light, and looks nice!

Website : https://rvwithtito.com
Patreon :   / rvwithtito  
Discounts on Popular RV Gear : https://rvwithtito.com/discounts
Gear, project parts and tools : https://www.rvwithtito.com/gear

OTHER ITEMS/PARTS YOUR MIGHT NEED (Affiliate links)
Heat Bond Adhesive Tape: https://amzn.to/31wJA9I
French Cleat Hanger (2 pack): https://amzn.to/2ZkLCHs

What is the TITO SHADE?
It's a oneofakind custom window covering I came up with that incorporates insulation inside the shade in a sleek attractive design. How can I describe it? It's lightblocking, lowprofile, insulated, adjustable, attractive, and removable for starters. Plus it's not expensive to make! I'll show you how.

I've made some for our RV bedroom windows that we've been testing in hot and cold weather. It insulates very well and keeps the room very dark. I just made another Tito Shade and filmed the entire process so you can make them too.

#titoshade #rvdiy #rvwithtito

These topics are also addressed in this video: Rv blinds, rv window insulation, rv blinds diy, Rv renovation, rv renovation ideas, rv window insulation for summer, rv window insulation for winter, rv window insulation covers, rv renovation class c, rv renovation on a budget, rv blind replacement

Disclaimer
The opinions expressed in our videos are our own or from a contributor. Before taking on any project or making a large purchase, we recommend you do your own research and consult a professional for advice. We are NOT liable for any damage to your RV or injury incurred as a result of following our tips, advice or instructions. We are not RV professionals or certified technicians. We are simply RV owners who work on our own RVs and have a desire to share what we learn with others. Be responsible and know your limits.

Affiliate Disclosure
This video may include links to merchants with affiliate programs who pay us a commission on purchases made or actions taken after clicking the link. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.

posted by rreciarp