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The kitchen window on our 20 yr old Rapido caravan has started to delaminate, from a top corner. There's now water between the layers - I can't see how it gets in from outside, and wonder if it's even condensed cooking steam. Either way, we can't complain too much since it's probably just about out of warranty now! I'm considering whether to go for replacement or repair. Is Eeco in Halifax area still the best for replacement? If repair, I see Eeco now offer a re-bonding service. Has anyone experience of this, and how well it works? (On a 20 yr old window.) Or is there a truly satisfactory DIY adhesive which works and doesn't create more problems? I'll be grateful for any comments, please. The first picture shows the window layers flexed on purpose: it goes back to sitting in place when allowed. I'm not sure how I'll drain the water, without removing the whole window, or turning the 'van upside down and shaking it... And I invite you to ignore the spider's web by the window - we're just back from finally escaping for a gorgeous week of socially distanced holiday and haven't got round to cleaning up yet! With thanks & good wishes.
Advice needed please - damp repair! I need to know the dimensions for the wood surround to the windows in my Elddis Odyssey circa 2008. I’m replacing a small section that has rotted. Eg the Sectional measurements, is it square or rectangular at 16mm x 24mm? Also what adhesive would you recommend?
Good evening all, We have an Avondale Dart 556-6 that has two windows that have delaminated. One of them has effectively fully detached the outer shell from the inner. Just travelled back from cornwall with a whole roll of gaffer tape holding it together!! Can anyone advise what adhesive I would require to fix this? I'm assuming I'm going to have to take the whole opening part of the window off. Any advise how to do this as well please? Best regards, Mark Heptonstall