Outfit: 1997 Bailey Ranger 470 4
Location: Argyll Scotland
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Quote: Originally posted by clairehope on 04/11/2013
Hi Lobey, I see you have moved to the dark side from folding camper-land too! I have scratches on my windows too and would like to remove them, even if only from the front windows. If one of those product really makes a difference please post which it is, I have seen various products on ebay which claim to do the job, but I can't really afford to try lots of different ones!
Hi Clairhope, I decided to go with Fenwicks Windowise as I use other Fenwicks products and like them.
It is perhaps a little mild, but it is doing the job.
The haze on the windows (weathering) is coming off a treat and the scratches are coming out, but slowly.
Of the two windows I have used it on so far, one window, a side one, is now completely clear and beautiful. The other window, a front one, has had 3 goes and while 50% of the scratches are gone, it will need a few more applications to get it completely clear.
Because I am simply putting this on then polishing it off, I will do all the windows to remove the weathering haze and then the worst of the scratches, while the van is in my workshop.
Then I will take the Windowise with me on trips and do the rest of the polishing at my leisure, on site.
Like with any of these products, unless you are using an electric polisher, elbow-grease is required and for me, that means one window per day.
Oh, and clean & polish the insides of the windows before you start or you will be trying to remove marks on the outside that are actually on the inside!