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25/04/2013 at 01:10
Car window blinds. The sun has been in poor Henry's face the last couple of days. Do they stay up all the time or come on and off? Can you get one for te back window and does it obstruct the view?
25/04/2013 at 06:40
We have these which are great. I only have one on baby's side of the car. So a two-pack served both cars!
25/04/2013 at 06:42
Mine are built in this time but window sox are great, they just fit over the top of the door. Draw back is you need different ones for each car as they're made to measure but they don't fall down like stick ons
25/04/2013 at 07:31
We have the same ones as Hepburn from mothercare
25/04/2013 at 08:05
I have the mothercare ones but they only cover two thirds of the window in ours so he still ends up with the sun on him
We have a hello kitty stick on one which has yet to fall off, despite tugging
25/04/2013 at 08:32
I bought a pack of two toy story ones in asda the other day for £4. So far they are still on but for £4 if they don't last long I'm not complaining
25/04/2013 at 08:34
I just bought some cheap ones from Tesco as I thought they were cute - one has a giraffe and the other a monkey. They very occasionally fall off, but only a few times in the 4 years we've had them.
We had some free ones when we bought a car seat from Kiddicare that included a rear windscreen one too that was ok - not sure if they still have them to sell.
25/04/2013 at 08:50
We had some cheap ones from mothercare. The only time they came off was when I forgot about them and put the back windows down. I then realised that we have tinted windows in the back so probably hadn't needed them any way ... doh
25/04/2013 at 16:00
My windows are getting tinted as no car blinds fit the little window and H has privacy glass already in his. Mine do have a slight tint to them already but not enough I don't think to protect baby.
25/04/2013 at 21:55
We have inbuilt in ones now too but I agree window sox are great, we found them really good before.
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