Location: castleford West Yorkshire Joined: 19/3/2006
Posts: 91 Site Reviews:1 Tent Reviews:3 Gallery Images:1
We have just put a deposit down on 2002 Bailey Pageant Auvergne 5 berth. The caravan is in immaculate condition inside, however the body work is a little faded and the decal on the top above the windows which says 'pageant' is very faded. The van has no leaks or dents, just the 'cream' exterior could do with a polish up etc - which I will do.
Is it possible to buy replacement decals ?
Any tips for products etc to use on a cream caravan?
Location: Wishaw Scotland or Wishie for short. Joined: 09/8/2010
Posts: 6263 Site Reviews:0 Gallery Images:3
Fenicks caravan cleaner seems to be a favorite for washing and their polish for a shine..personally i use a waterless cleaner polish like showroom shine but they are others on the web or in the shops.Or if you feel fit a car wash product and car polish..
Wot i did on a van i had was take a picy of the decal, plus i copied it on tracing paper, took it to the sign & lettering firm who did all kinds of work lettering cars vans shop signs etc, I had it done in chrome, they did a real good job, and it didnt cost the earth to do.I replaced all the decal lines & plastic trim round the van at the same time. I didnt have the need to remove the decals i placed them on top of the old, so I got the trims perfect,
------------- Roughing it in style at Calloose caravan and camping holiday park nr St Ives.(seasonal pitch)
Its not a hangover, its wine flu!