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    I'd think that would do the trick, or some silicone caulking - that way you would have some colors to choose from ie. clear, aluminum, white, red etc. etc.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    :) I like the idea of the colors and caulking might be easier to work with. :)

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    A good hardware store should have a variety of colors.
    In the automotive section you can usually find black RTV silicone. The aluminum can usually be found in the home-improvement section. There is usually almond color available for bathroom fixtures - might give that a look for a beige box.

    Probably not going to find an exact color match, but if you look around you can at least get in the ballpark to go with your box's decor.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    A contrasting color may set the window just right.

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    There's that possibility too:thumb:

    If you use a latex caulking, you would be able to paint it to match (if you have painted your case interior), but with that type I don't think you'd be getting nearly as good adhesive properties.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    :confused: If you were mounting a fan(s) in the window, would one hold up better under the vibration? (Caulk versus silicone sealer)

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    I think that the silicon would be as it never really goes hard. ;)

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    I think you'e right. I know that they make it in black as well as clear. :)

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