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Old 24-05-2015, 19:24   #1
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So I'm trying to rehabilitate the edges of the windows on my boat... See attached pic. You can see the rubber stuff is missing in the corners - there is even a slight air gap. Also the hard plastic strips that cover the screws on the frame are either gone or very weathered; this is obviously more cosmetic than functional.

What are the replacement materials I need to buy? Do you generally have to replace the whole rubber strip if the corners are gone like this?

Another thing I've been wondering - does anybody ever put double-pane websites on a boat? How big a project is it?



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