I really like the perforated vinyl I had installed on the Rolling Steel Tent’s rear windows all these years ago
. It blocks some of the sunlight and (under the right conditions) provides privacy.
But when it rains (like today) water is trapped in all the little holes, turning the view into a blur. That’s not helpful when I’m driving.
Up close, though, each dot of trapped water acts like a lens. It’s sort of like looking through and insect eye, I suppose, but without the proper neurological connections to make sense of the bigger picture. There’s a metaphor for life in there somewhere.
I had always seen that type of stuff on the inside of a window on buildings. Hmmmm I wonder if it would work on the inside of an RV.ReplyDelete
Yes, it would. I had it put on the outside only because it's much easier.Delete
There are a couple of windows on my trailer that ought to be very worthwhile. Thanks for the idea.Delete