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We have done almost the same. starting with 1500 grit wet or dry sandpaper, then 2000 grit, then the polishing compound with a buffing wheel, then a silicone wax.
On Feb 4, 2020, at 7:29 PM, eric freedman <kimberlite@...
Acetone will make Plexiglas frosty. If you purchase some acrylic polishing compound (it comes in a bar like soap)
You can apply the compound to a clean pad on a buffing machine and polish the Plexiglas until it is again clear.
We do this almost daily on smaller things and I did refinish one hatch the same way.
Amel Super Maramu #376
Thank you for this contact, we have just arrived in Barbados and will be going to Grenada sometime soon.
I am looking to get mine replaced after some acid type liquid was dropped over mine recently during washing by inexperienced cleaners in Tunisia.
The early 54’s only have one gas strut (300n) and the rubber seal is in a groove on the underside of the plastic. Your 54 has two gas struts (170n each).
For your information, Your gas struts are available from Amel Hyeres. They offer in stainless steel 170n and 200n but not 300n. When I replace mine I will probably change to the two struts.
Did they cut the groove in the plastic for the rubber seal? Did they cut the holes in the plastic for the gas struts and hinge brackets?
I will probably claim on insurance for these as the cleaners also spilt this acid type liquid over my hatches and port windows.
Looking forward to hearing back from you.
Port St Charles, Barbados
On Feb 3, 2020, at 13:04, Paul Dowd and Sharon Brown <paul.dowd@...> wrote:
I had new wind screens made at Driftwood in Clarks Court Bay, Grenada – photo attached. The quality seems very good and they fit perfectly. They are slightly darker than the originals. They di initially quote me USD480 for the pair, but then said it took a lot longer to make them and the cost increased to 895, but in the end a compromise was made at 620.
S/Y Ya Fohi - Amel 54 #98
Ya Fohi - Amel 54 #98