This might do the trick - same sort of thing
I must say, the extended neck is a welcome feature..
I didn`t see that...It appears to have a hole in the bottom of it.
Should've gone to Specsavers.
(Other opticians are available)
Thanks JoyHi Lesley, Very, very long shot but there is a caravan breakers near me who once had a motorhome part I needed for my last van... His phone number is 07746389352. It is probably a no go but miracles do happen as per my motorhome part. If he has one, I can pick it up for you.
Duct tape. Seriously, if the surfaces are clean and dry it'll hold water.It's got a hole in the bottom
I have searched you tube and taken the video to show garage guy of a repair.
Also took another plastic bottle for him to try and plastic weld it.
If it moves when it shouldn't use duct tape. If it doesn't move when it should use WD 40.Duct tape. Seriously, if the surfaces are clean and dry it'll hold water.
We mended our overturned caravan with duct tape AND completed a two week holiday in it. Never underestimate the power of duct tape.
Definitely going to try that approach - my washer bottle appears to have sprung a leak along the seam at the bottom middle section, so there should be plenty of opportunity for duct tape to stick whilst the sealant does its thing. I knew I'd find a solution if I looked on here!I'd use Sikaflex or silicone.
Clean the bottle round the hole, inside and out. Big dollop of sealant on sticky side of duck tape & fix.
Tape will hold it 'till sealant cures.
Well what repair method did you use, did it hold?My original post was in 2014.
I have sold that vehicle now.