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    Default Cheap Blinds

    Notice how you can see light coming through on backside. Im going to darken the inside of this blind some how. Most likely spray paint it on the insid on the backside.
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    It looks like you have two windows open in line with each other. If that's the situation, I would think any blind would look too bright inside. Or is that not a window open on the backside?
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    Default Window is closed on the backside

    Quote Originally Posted by pred8er View Post
    It looks like you have two windows open in line with each other. If that's the situation, I would think any blind would look too bright inside. Or is that not a window open on the backside?
    I might just get some black sheets and cut them to fill in the backside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I might just get some black sheets and cut them to fill in the backside.
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    I was going to suggest that you do that instead of spray paint. I did the same thing with mine and actually use black head gear and clothing while I am in the blind. Works well.
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    Use the sheets, paint will smell, & crack. The sheets will also hold your cover scents well.
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    Paint will rteally stink up that blind. Looks like the window is open at the back?

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    Default I assure its not open

    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    Paint will rteally stink up that blind. Looks like the window is open at the back?
    Lightweight material.
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