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Awning Rail Protector 2 months 2 weeks ago #439934

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Yes I've noticed ! Our van stored outside not inside a barn and I always put the nose down as low as it goes so the water runs into the gutter bit above the window bit , but will be coming home in a few weeks before we go away so it's going to get a good wash and wax and will be showroom spec as I leave the drive but you can guarantee as I finish the heavens will open up and be back to square one ! Hutch will be starting his rain dance now probably that would be a sight for sore eyes !! :P
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Awning Rail Protector 2 months 2 weeks ago #439941

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Nice to know black streaks are easily removed using Autoglym Caravan and Motorhome polish.
I have a bottle of this, but have not used it yet. I am waiting until I have bought some Aquawax and will spend an afternoon to do both.
To stay on topic with the OP, I am not too sure if the protectors are worth paying out for and seem a bit like front covers which are down to personal choice.
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Awning Rail Protector 1 week 6 days ago #442979

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Just an update we bought the protector and yes it does keep the black streaks at bay!!!



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Awning Rail Protector 1 week 4 days ago #443033

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Hi Steve,
Nice to see the Doog back as your profile picture, I am assuming that is a young John Richards stood along side him. If I knew how to add pictures to my profile, I would have one of the late Gerry Gow.
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Awning Rail Protector 1 week 4 days ago #443035

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Hi lappy, yes that is John Richards. do i assume you are a Bristol City fan. They had a bad habit of beating Swindon when they had Galley, Gow and Garland. Those were the days.



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Awning Rail Protector 1 week 4 days ago #443039

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Hi Steve,
Yes I do support Bristol City, but was keeping quiet as we are both fighting for the same cause.
I first started supporting Wolves in the mid-sixties and they were the first coloured Subbuteo team I had, from the standard Red and Blue teams. Favourite players at that time were Derek and Kenny Hibbett. As you can remember John Galley I assume we most be around the same age group.
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Awning Rail Protector 1 week 4 days ago #443040

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Hi Lappy, i can go back a bit more than that, started following Wolves in the 50s when they started in Europe.
Another year older on Friday need a win tonight as a birthday present, as i have 2 brother in laws who are blues fans. Poor souls.


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