1) The CloZures RV Door Window Shade kit comes with an opaque beige shade (left) or a chocolate blackout shade (right), a handle and screws.
5) With the outer clamshell frame removed, scrape any remaining sealer or tape from the door and clamshells with a non-marring scraper. If you break the clamshell or it is sun-faded, replacements are inexpensive and readily available at RV dealerships, Camping World and online sources.
7) The glass sits down onto the butyl sealer within the small tabs that align the glass. Pressing down around the glass compresses the butyl.
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