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October 08, 10:46 PM [GMT -5]

Well for me is just use the outside version of the shrink film if you need operable blinds or you may use this Orange county Blind Repair much easier to to use.

February 01, 7:05 AM [GMT -5]

It would appear from the last photo that you are left with an opening, which altho small, would defeat the purpose of the shrink film.

February 01, 7:05 AM [GMT -5]

It would appear from the last photo that you are left with an opening, which altho small, would defeat the purpose of the shrink film.

January 30, 6:43 PM [GMT -5]

But then you've destroyed the air seal so you might as well not bother putting up the film

November 16, 2:30 PM [GMT -5]

Better to just use the outside version of the shrink film if you need operable blinds.

November 16, 12:56 AM [GMT -5]

Yes. Yes it will.

November 15, 9:21 PM [GMT -5]

A nice idea, but doesn't having two holes in the film defeat the insulation quality of the film somewhat by allowing quicker migration of cold air into the room?

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