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The curtains in my cabin had plastic clips every few inches along the top and bottom edges that fit on rails mounted just above and below the windows that allowed you to slide them left and right. The fabric got mildew and we took them down and tried to wash them but the fabric is falling apart. Does anyone know where to buy these things?
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WestMarine has the curtains with snaps. Defender has the tracks and clips. I found it easier to replace the aluminum tracks and clips (the original clips were sewn into my curtains) and snap the new curtains on to the newly, and easily, mounted tracks.

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Sailrite has that curtain system and others and is cheaper than West Marine or Defender


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