Originally Posted by Alf S.
Hi: Mireille L... You can also check with your local auto glass shop. I think they usually stock it. They'd probably give you an estimate on cutting new plexi or Lexan and installing them for you.
If you're replacing the windows
for minor scratches and yellowing, why not try buffing the plexi-glass with Brasso. Used like car wax it did a great job on our former Boler
windows. They seemed to just disappear.
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
It's not for esthetic consideration...but it will be a great improvement (I tried to buff but the plexi is to old and porous).
We have a leak that is probably from the window. So as long as we are changing one, we'll do both and be done with it for the next 20 some years !
But thank you for the info.
I will keep both plexis and maybe try to craft a rock/ sun gard