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    Very cool collection Poolovision
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    First of all thank you for your comments and sharing also your concerns about the sun light. The window is in direction of sunrise and I have automatic roller blinds that open up later in the morning. I also want to add some curtains. I am thankful for the hint about the extra layer of protection against uv light. So many things to keep in mind

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    The trick is, only read them in the dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewman View Post
    i put a UV blocking mirror tint film on my windows for just this reason. It claims to block >90% of UV and was fairly cheap on Amazon and easy to install. Highly recommend it.
    Thanks for the tip. Appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy View Post
    You guys are all bracketing the top of your bookcases to the wall, right? Foxy's third pic with the baby crib or whatever made me want to ask\remind.
    My ikea ones were easy to do but my other stuff required some clever drilling. Still worth it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dishpan View Post
    You guys are all bracketing the top of your bookcases to the wall, right?
    Mine is not bracketed, and I think about it all the time, due to living in an area that is prone to seismic activity. Been meaning to upgrade my bookcase and bracket it then.

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    Very nice collections!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dishpan View Post
    You guys are all bracketing the top of your bookcases to the wall, right? Foxy's third pic with the baby crib or whatever made me want to ask\remind.
    My ikea ones were easy to do but my other stuff required some clever drilling. Still worth it though.
    No my billy cases are not bracketed. No earthquakes where I live and I don’t have any kids who would be doing anything dumb like trying to climb a bookcase. Really, you’d have to work pretty darn hard to tip one of them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dishpan View Post
    You guys are all bracketing the top of your bookcases to the wall, right? Foxy's third pic with the baby crib or whatever made me want to ask\remind.
    My ikea ones were easy to do but my other stuff required some clever drilling. Still worth it though.
    My 5x5 Kallax is set up in the corner of my bedroom. I didn't bracket it to the wall, but I'm heavily thinking of doing so. I assembled it as sturdy as I could, but it does wobble a little bit.

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