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    Sliding screen doors for all weather

    Ok, we got thrown into the rv life quickly. There was a huge fire behind our house in Northern California and we packed our rv and moved out in a day. So here we are safe from the fire and having a crash course in learning all things rv. We have a 2015 grand design momentum 385th. So my question is, we are now down by San Francisco.. its hot during the day and cold at night. I have the deck down and rails up for the kids and dog. We have the sliding screen doors with a heavy plastic that Velcros around them. However the plastic doesnt go all the way to the bottom. Theres about 5 inches at the bottom that isnt closed... I think whoever got the plastic got the wrong ones being theres Velcro at the bottom of the plastic thats attached to nothing. I have a curtain I hang in front of the screen doors at night being my daughter and I sleep in the back garage part. It is pretty cold every morning when we wake up, Im wondering is there a heavy duty plastic that fits the length of the screen doors and actually keeps the cold out? Does anyone have experience with this? Or is the end result I have to shut my deck/ramp door every night...
    thanks for any and all help!!!

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    I've had several customers have custom dark tinted panels made for the three season doors.

    Pretty sure most of them used an upholsterer to sew the velcro onto the vinyl panels.
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