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Re: The Green Syncro Machine

Postby irishkeet » 04 Feb 2018, 18:12

Been a while since I've done anything on the van, sometimes you just have enough and need a break. Got a small job completed today, I finally got the last of the curtains refitted. I had them recovered with thermal / blackout material in a nice brown (is there such a thing) material that is in keeping with the van's interior. They do a great job of keeping the light out. :mrgreen:
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Re: The Green Syncro Machine

Postby bene » 06 Feb 2018, 14:50

god damn this bus looks great.... i am vey jealous.
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Re: The Green Syncro Machine

Postby irishkeet » 06 Feb 2018, 16:50

bene wrote:god damn this bus looks great.... i am vey jealous.

:oops: cheers m8, Im really looking forward to seeing yours :mrgreen:
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Re: The Green Syncro Machine

Postby nsjtaylor » 13 Feb 2018, 09:39

How much of an ar*e was it to get to/replace the curtains behind the wardrobe, Keith? Did you remove the wardrobe to do it or were you able to find someone with small hands to get in the gap?

Bit envious of the fact that your curtains are now better than a paper tissue in terms of blocking out the light! Nice job.

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Re: The Green Syncro Machine

Postby irishkeet » 13 Feb 2018, 10:14

nsjtaylor wrote:How much of an ar*e was it to get to/replace the curtains behind the wardrobe, Keith? Did you remove the wardrobe to do it or were you able to find someone with small hands to get in the gap?

Bit envious of the fact that your curtains are now better than a paper tissue in terms of blocking out the light! Nice job.

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lol I put the curtains in as I was refitting the furniture, but I did originally fit them the wrong way around and I had to remove the top locker to turn them :roll:

The lining has made a massive difference to both the lack of light and the weight of the curtains, very happy with them. :mrgreen:
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