Roof

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  1. pamella

    pamella Read Only Funster

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    We want to clean and wax our roof.what is the best way with regards to weight on the roof?the rear is plated but the front isn't.
     
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    Hi
    Just don't get to near the skylights etc they will be the weak spots, other than that you should be ok, just watch yourself when its wet, it's a long way down. Pete :BigGrin:
     
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    As above but I wouldn't advise you stand on the over cab bit if you have a C class.
     
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    most importantly, how much do you weigh:BigGrin:
     
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    you really don't have to actually get on the roof (unless you have short arms!:Sad:) If you have a ladder, protect the ends by at least 50mm of padding, I place a folded 3m x 1.8m cloth over the ends.
    Then wash, each side, dry, chamois or just drive it round the block, then apply polish to each side as far as you can reach, difficulty reaching? use a soft Broom, to wash, cover in cloth to dry, to apply polish to polish clean.

    no need to climb up there:RollEyes:
     
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    thanks everyone.we will be going down the ladder route and like the idea of the spray on and leave to dry fenwicks after cleaning:Wink:
     
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