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UK Caravanning (uk.rec.caravanning) A forum for the discussion of caravanning undertaken by residents of the United Kingdom, whether in the UK or abroad. It encourages the interchange of views on the merits of models of caravan, makes of tow car, accessories, caravan sites, caravan clubs, and other related topics. The term caravan is to include trailer vans, motor caravans and trailer tents.

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Old October 25th 05, 11:53 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Stephen Glynn
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I have undercover storage from now on and intend to make sure the van is
gleaming before it goes into store.
Last year the van had a cover on it from specialised accessories which left
hazy marks on the windows which I got off with t-cut, I want to polish them
up a bit more. Has anyone any idea what to use ?

Steve.


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Old October 26th 05, 01:19 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter K L Milnes
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Yes, use cigarette ash, it is finer than jewellers polish. I will not
suggest where you obtain it from, but possibly a research laboratory!

All the best, Peter.

"Stephen Glynn" wrote in message
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I have undercover storage from now on and intend to make sure the van is
gleaming before it goes into store.
Last year the van had a cover on it from specialised accessories which
left hazy marks on the windows which I got off with t-cut, I want to
polish them up a bit more. Has anyone any idea what to use ?

Steve.



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Old October 26th 05, 01:19 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter K L Milnes
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Posts: 448
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Yes, use cigarette ash, it is finer than jewellers polish. I will not
suggest where you obtain it from, but possibly a research laboratory!

All the best, Peter.

"Stephen Glynn" wrote in message
...
I have undercover storage from now on and intend to make sure the van is
gleaming before it goes into store.
Last year the van had a cover on it from specialised accessories which
left hazy marks on the windows which I got off with t-cut, I want to
polish them up a bit more. Has anyone any idea what to use ?

Steve.



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Old October 26th 05, 08:46 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
flybywire
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Bmw make a cream which is specifically for use on the plastic rear screen in
their hoods ,perhaps ideal for caravan windows - dunno but worth a look

M


"Peter K L Milnes" wrote in message
...
Yes, use cigarette ash, it is finer than jewellers polish. I will not
suggest where you obtain it from, but possibly a research laboratory!

All the best, Peter.

"Stephen Glynn" wrote in message
...
I have undercover storage from now on and intend to make sure the van is
gleaming before it goes into store.
Last year the van had a cover on it from specialised accessories which
left hazy marks on the windows which I got off with t-cut, I want to
polish them up a bit more. Has anyone any idea what to use ?

Steve.





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Old October 26th 05, 08:46 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
flybywire
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 121
Default Windows

Bmw make a cream which is specifically for use on the plastic rear screen in
their hoods ,perhaps ideal for caravan windows - dunno but worth a look

M


"Peter K L Milnes" wrote in message
...
Yes, use cigarette ash, it is finer than jewellers polish. I will not
suggest where you obtain it from, but possibly a research laboratory!

All the best, Peter.

"Stephen Glynn" wrote in message
...
I have undercover storage from now on and intend to make sure the van is
gleaming before it goes into store.
Last year the van had a cover on it from specialised accessories which
left hazy marks on the windows which I got off with t-cut, I want to
polish them up a bit more. Has anyone any idea what to use ?

Steve.





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Old October 29th 05, 08:54 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Paul Tasker
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Hi All

Farecla make a polish called Caravan Pride, designed for acrylic windows. If
your caravan accessory shop is any good it should have it!

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Paul Tasker

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Old October 29th 05, 08:54 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Paul Tasker
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Default Windows

Hi All

Farecla make a polish called Caravan Pride, designed for acrylic windows. If
your caravan accessory shop is any good it should have it!

--
Regards

Paul Tasker

P.S.
If you use the reply button.
Remove the BLIP


 



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