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MCD Innovations introduces new solar shade material

MCD Innovations introduces new solar shade material

A comparison picture between MCD ClearView Solar - Privacy Screens and the industry standard. Clearer vision, less glare.MCKINNEY, Texas – MCD Innovations today introduced its next generation of proprietary solar screen, the ClearView II, which is now being released to RV manufacturers and consumers.

“The American Duo Shade System, which features UV-blocking ClearView II solar screen material and 100 percent light-blocking night shade material, has always been the best on the market for reducing UV rays, glare, and heat transfer in recreational vehicles. Now, it is even better,” said Senior RV Market Manager Travis Townsley.

“This new solar screen fabric, which has been in development for the last four years, is designed to reduce glare even more than in our past product line,” said Townsley. “By reducing the glare factor in the solar screen fabric, we have reduced the amount of light and heat that could bounce through the screen into the interior of the RV, providing even higher insulation capabilities.

“Each strand of material is coated with MCD’s proprietary UV protectant formula then woven into a fine mesh,” he added. “The result is a solar screen that outperforms anything else on the market.”

The MCD ClearView II solar shade fabric is proudly made in the U.S.A. as is almost every component of the American Duo Shade System and other MCD accessories, Townsley explained. In addition to improved functionality, the shades provide a high-tech, non-reflective look when viewed from the outside.

“You can see out easily with great clarity of vision, yet still have complete daytime privacy,” he added.

For more information about the American Duo Shade System, visit or call 800.804.1757.

SOURCE: MCD Innovations press release

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