We’ve have our RV for almost 5 years and we’ve had about 20% of the blinds fail. Some broke after about a year and the one that broke today has lasted over 4 years. I’ve not found any rhyme or reason why the string breaks.
Repairing RV Blinds Is Easy
Repairing RV blinds is a straight forward process. Cost is about 30 minutes of time and pennies in nylon string. We purchased a large spool of nylon string for the first blind that broke and have used very little for each repair. The remaining items need are a screw driver, scissors, a kitchen knife and a lighter.
In the video below, we take you through each step in detail. Before you toss your broken pleated blind in the trash, give this simple repair a try. This repair can save you $30 to $60 a window.
Unsure about what RV accessories you need as you start RV travel? Check out our RV Accessories page where we have listed a wide range of products from essential items to those “nice to have” RV products to make RV life more enjoyable. Every item listed is being used or has been used by Joan and I as we’ve traveled across the country in our RV.
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