Stick On Curtain Rod Brackets

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    Do you have an abs roof? If so i dont think they would work. Not sure where you want the curtains.
     
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    Some just sew it on the original tabs. Others use velcro. Those stick ons would probably work also. You could gromet and button them also. Lots of ways to do it.
     
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    Oh I didn't even think about grommets...great idea.
     
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    I can't imagine these would be a permanent solution. Command hooks don't even stay up for longer than a few days for me. The stickiness does not hold up well to changes in temperature from when the trailer is in use, to when it is stored.
     
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    Sticky stuff doesn't work well in pups. I have even tried the industrial adhesive velcro stuff, comes off after a year in the TX heat.

    You might look into tension rods - several have used them for adding extra curtains.
     

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