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Cracked window repair tip!

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Old August 11th 09, 06:41 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Harry Bloomfield[_2_]
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Default Cracked window repair tip!

I recently managed to clumsily crack a double glazed window close to
the hinge. The damage cannot be seen and it hasn't affected the seal on
the double glazed panel - it just weakened it along the top by the
hinge, so rather than source a new one, I started looking at a method
to repair it. Chloroform used to be the stuff to weld acrylic (or
perspex), but it cannot be obtained any longer (H&S).

So I then looked for a alternatives and found http://bondrite.co.uk/

To weld acrylic (which is also Perspex) they recommend WC102 which is
5 delivered, for a 20gm (250ml) bottle including applicator - which
is now on order.

Harry (M1BYT) (L)


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