damn and blast and buger

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  1. darklord

    darklord Read Only Funster

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    Just finished loading the MH, decided to turn it around for a quick getaway in the morning, and i grazed next doors bloody basketball hoop:Angry::Angry:, the f*%$*ng kids never thrown a chip bag at it let alone a ball:Angry:, i was watching a car the other side and scraaaatch, its grazed the length of a window.:Eeek:

    My missus is going to beat me to death, then after the funeral, she will dig me up and do it again:Eeek:, to lessen the pain, is it a new window, or can i use a super dooper type of scratch remover???
     
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    If its not too deep you might be able to T-cut it out. I know it works on light scratches. :thumb:
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Maybe worth asking these mobile windscreen fixers...

    I know they usually do "Glass"... but might be worth a call.. :thumb:
     
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    Easy done mate, years ago I was in Scotland and caught the roof of a pay hut at a castle. Poor girl inside thought she was a gonna as it rocked and rocked but it never fell over :Cool:
     
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    Sue the neighbours :thumb:
     
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    Tcut as Jim said.......but brasso will work even better......but if its a deep scratch doubt it will polish out.......don't beat yourself up about it (Oh sorry thats the wifes job) it is easy done I did it in total darkness and instead of getting out to look (which I always teach) I decided to carry on 9" scratch on a gate post Lucky it wasn't through the laquer.

    All the best Rick
     
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    for plastic windows
    [ame]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fenwicks-Windowise-Scratch-Remover-Motorhomes/dp/B0041T66P4[/ame]
     
  8. darklord

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    Cheers, ,ll get some of the fenwicks and give it a go.
     
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