How can I insulate my camper windows?

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      jenny.wilde
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          Hello! New here, so hopefully this is the right forum to ask this in. Weather has been unusually cold lately and it is freezing in our camper. Just standing near the windows it’s like I can feel a cold breeze coming through them. Is there a good way to insulate the windows in a camper? Window film?

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          Tory Jon
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              Hey Jenny, welcome! Yes, you can use window insulation film. If you have shades you can put Reflictix insulation inside the panels to create an insulating barrier without anybody even realizing they are insulated. You can learn more about that and a few other options here: https://camperfaqs.com/how-to-insulate-rv-windows-for-winter-living

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              jenny.wilde
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                  Thanks! I watched the Reflectix video in your article. Pretty cool idea

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                  IA_Camper
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                      if you don’t regularly camp in the cold, and this is just unusual weather, I dont know if I’d invest the time/money in putting up window film.

                      Side note, check the seals around the windows and make sure there aren’t any gaps. Seal with lap sealant if needed.

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