We are THE friendliest motorhome forum, please register to join in the fun, and have access to all areas.


Introduce yourself

Sign up Latest Topics Donate
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
Yatesy

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 25
Reply with quote  #1 
Does anybody know the best way to remove light scratches from the plastic windows on a motorhome. Thanks
0
Pudsey Bear

Avatar / Picture

Really should get out more
Registered:
Posts: 12,408
Reply with quote  #2 
I've always used T Cut
__________________
Kev [comp] 

Warning, might contain an opinion [nono]  

If you're not the lead dog, your view never changes.

Don't force it, use a bigger hammer. Semper ubi, Sub ubi. 

Link to self build pictures

Link to sort of blog on facts


http://tinyurl.com/nzyry9n

2002 Bessacarr E745 Ducato
0
peejay

Avatar / Picture

Executive member
Registered:
Posts: 2,477
Reply with quote  #3 
+1 for T Cut, in fact just done mine today, finished off with a bit of autoglym polish, comes up a treat.

Pete

__________________

*Embrace The Detours* 

My Greece stopover map

0
randonneur

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member, Forum Supporter.
Registered:
Posts: 1,069
Reply with quote  #4 
Doesn't Brasso get rid of them?  I seem to remember someone saying that.
__________________
Sylvia
Plus Alfie (Yorkshire Terrier - supposedly)

Dukinfield, Cheshire

2003 VW T4 Crusader Hightop Leisuredrive campervan
0
BarryFJ

Avatar / Picture

Forum Supporter
Registered:
Posts: 24
Reply with quote  #5 
Brasso will probably work but it contains a powerful solvent which may damage plastic windows.
0
randonneur

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member, Forum Supporter.
Registered:
Posts: 1,069
Reply with quote  #6 
Barry, it was about the time when we had a caravan so it’s over 20 years ago. 
__________________
Sylvia
Plus Alfie (Yorkshire Terrier - supposedly)

Dukinfield, Cheshire

2003 VW T4 Crusader Hightop Leisuredrive campervan
0
Yatesy

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 25
Reply with quote  #7 
Re: scratches on windows. Thks everybody so T-cut it is. Will let you know how I get on.
0
Pudsey Bear

Avatar / Picture

Really should get out more
Registered:
Posts: 12,408
Reply with quote  #8 
Use cheese cloth and water to make it less aggresive.
__________________
Kev [comp] 

Warning, might contain an opinion [nono]  

If you're not the lead dog, your view never changes.

Don't force it, use a bigger hammer. Semper ubi, Sub ubi. 

Link to self build pictures

Link to sort of blog on facts


http://tinyurl.com/nzyry9n

2002 Bessacarr E745 Ducato
0
tugboat

Avatar / Picture

Outstanding in their field, Forum Supporter.
Registered:
Posts: 1,890
Reply with quote  #9 
One of your old disco shirts, Kev?
__________________
The sign on my cabin door said 'Not enough bucks stop here'

Geoff.
Bessacarr E725, Honda Vision, Piaggio BV350.
South Devon.
0
Pudsey Bear

Avatar / Picture

Really should get out more
Registered:
Posts: 12,408
Reply with quote  #10 
You been saving them up?
__________________
Kev [comp] 

Warning, might contain an opinion [nono]  

If you're not the lead dog, your view never changes.

Don't force it, use a bigger hammer. Semper ubi, Sub ubi. 

Link to self build pictures

Link to sort of blog on facts


http://tinyurl.com/nzyry9n

2002 Bessacarr E745 Ducato
0
SANDBAGSID

Avatar / Picture

Senior Executive member
Registered:
Posts: 6,760
Reply with quote  #11 
I can remember them just lol.
__________________

Alan    Ford transit pvc.

Bracknell forest Berkshire. 

0
Woody

Avatar / Picture

Senior Executive member
Registered:
Posts: 5,756
Reply with quote  #12 
I had one and loved it! - Mine wasn’t a ‘disco’ one though, just a brown and cream striped one to wear with jeans.

I wasn’t a trendy disco goer like you lot! 🤣

__________________
Auto Trail Frontier - Mohawk.

 Exmoor.
0
SANDBAGSID

Avatar / Picture

Senior Executive member
Registered:
Posts: 6,760
Reply with quote  #13 
Them was the days watching the girls dance round their handbags.
__________________

Alan    Ford transit pvc.

Bracknell forest Berkshire. 

0
roadrunner

Avatar / Picture

Outstanding in their field
Registered:
Posts: 512
Reply with quote  #14 
This is miles better than t cut,its what trade use on car paint but is very good and fast on windows. farcle.png 

__________________
Self build iveco 59-12 iris bus,Co Antrim
0
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.

Go to top of page         Return to forum home page