Features May 2014 Issue

Restoring Clear-vinyl Windows

Practical Sailor tests 13 products to help you see clearly again.

Clear vinyl dodger windows, through which we keep watch, are annoying tattle tales, recording and announcing every bit of rough handling and neglect. They burn in the sun. They bleed plasticizers, turning yellow and sticky. And unlike mildew in the cockpit or an upholstery stain, we canít simply ignore their flaws by turning our heads.

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