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    has anyone tried anything like this?

    has anyone tried anything like this?
    i would be worried about the pad and the reflect shifting around on me at night..
    let me know..

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    Been there done that and it works but is far from ideal.
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    I use this, but in fact just use an old yoga mat I already had, double it over. I like it alot. I already had a windshield reflector and a yoga mat, so this cost me nothing, and that is the kind of solution I like.

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    I like people who think outside of the box and come up with ingenious new solutions, -- especially where saving money is involved. Thanks nsdemon!

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    This sorta is a good system... if you experience shifting, either with a Reflectix pad, or a reflective windshield protector, a few dots of Silicone Caulking (yep - like bath and kitchen caulk) on one or both sides prevents any slippage.

    ~ SkyPainter - who uses Reflectix, and ThermaRest CCF pad, AND a 0* Underquilt and Topquilt in the cold!
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    good to know

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyPainter View Post
    This sorta is a good system... if you experience shifting, either with a Reflectix pad, or a reflective windshield protector, a few dots of Silicone Caulking (yep - like bath and kitchen caulk) on one or both sides prevents any slippage.

    ~ SkyPainter - who uses Reflectix, and ThermaRest CCF pad, AND a 0* Underquilt and Topquilt in the cold!
    thats good to know
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