Heki Mini Rooflight Flyscreen

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  1. WillH

    WillH Funster

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    Returning from our last trip there is the list of things to fix, this time the flyscreen on the rooflight nearest the kitchen. It gets some of the grease from cooking and the dust sticks to it and it was looking pretty grubby after 8 years and hundreds of meals. No problem, go on line and buy a new one. £59.00!!!

    Took it apart and an hour and a half later it looks as good as new, very fiddly job but pretty straightforward, no tools required. Fortunately its the only one that is grubby, the rest are fine. Other half has removed the carpets and cleaned them while I did it. Washed the van earlier to get all the salt (rough ferry crossing) and road grim off, looking good. Two new tyres on Saturday and a pair of new wiper blades and off we go!
     
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    no wonder.. :Eeek:
     
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