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Replacement Caravan Windows
Hi I have a 1985/86 sprite musketeer ,am looking for a front window 59" x 29" approx. just wondered if you had anything or know where I could get one ,thanks regards.
I am looking for a replacement skylight for an old caravan and will be in Kent until 20th August I cannot measure height as has collapsed in in itself .
the front window of our caravan has delaminated, looking for repair or replacement.
Hi I have a Lunar Solar Eclipse 2001 and am looking for, the centre and off side front windows The centre window is 780 at the hinge and 860 drop to the centre. The offside front (looking from the hitch position) is angled at the bottom and measurers 550 at the hinge and 800 drop on outside of caravan 830 drop next to centre window. The window sticker shows Roxite 94 Pollyplastic Rotterdam I hope you can help.
Hi looking for caravan window replacement the below windows for camper. Polyplastics double glazed windows, top hinge, 5 locking system. Actual size of window Window A 1500mm X 725mm. The opening size of the window in the van is 1450 mm X 650mm. Window B 750mm x 425mm. The opening size of the window in the van is 700 x 350mm. If you don't have any to suit could you send on info about other people in the trade that might help me. Best regards.
Hi, Looking for caravan window replacement rear window . If you do not have the specific one then I would consider something of the same size that I could just bond in . Colour not important although the correct is roxite 80 Photo included many Thanks. Label info ROXITE 60 D78 POLY PLASTIC ROTERDAM 9701 PMMA.
We need 2 glass/ plastic domes as ours got smashed in storm, its a chocolate box window but if u don't have one will settle for normal window. On the window 399 pmma 0107 polyplastic.
I need 30 plus curtain hooks to fit the rail in our 1980s eccles amethyst we have just had caravan window replacement.
Hi hope this little series from my florist daughter helps you with keeping your caravan looking cool and helping with the decor, you can change it every few days if you want a different look.
4 .Lastly, clean your caravan decoration arrangements regularly. I know it sounds like an extra chore, but a few seconds of dusting will help keep your decorations looking fresh, and it will make it much harder for the average visitor to tell that they are artificial.
3. You should make every attempt to make you caravan decoration arrangements look natural, whether you make them yourself or buy them. If you just throw everything into a vase and put no effort into your arrangements, it will show. Invest in pots that you would see the plants in, and natural arrangements. Use rocks and sand for cacti arrangements, but use Spanish moss around the base of larger, tree-like plants. You want your ferns to look like they’re actually in dirt, not just a foam block. This little effort will go a long way into your satisfaction level. You can even purchase fake water to make your arrangements look more realistic!
2. Take into consideration what materials the decorations are made from. Silk flowers often feel like the real deal. Artificial plants come in many shapes, sizes, and materials. Everyone has their own preference so you just have to find the ones that you prefer. A quick jaunt around the local florist will help you find the looks and styles you favour.
How To Decorate Your Caravan With Artificial Plants
Keeping your caravan filled with fresh flower arrangements that are seasonally appropriate can be quite the daunting task. Of course, you may have some live plants that you just cannot see yourself parting with, and that is perfectly acceptable. But if you find yourself with a particularly brown thumb – perhaps you forget to water your plants regularly? Or do you forget to throw out those old flowers? – have no fear! There are plenty of caravan decoration options that will look stunning and beautiful, and artificial plants require significantly less upkeep than the live versions. Here are a few easy tips to help you get started decorating with artificial plants, dried flowers, and silk flowers.
1. First off, know your options. There are several different decoration options when it comes to decorating caravans with artificial plants – you can choose full plants, dried flowers, or even silk flowers to help beautify your home. Figure out which ones you like best, and which options look the most “real” if that is what you are looking for. Take a picture from online of the look you want to achieve, that way you can take it with you to the shop. Compare, compare, compare. Look at everything – the leaves, the petals, the flowers, and even the stems. You can afford to be a little picky to get the look you want. If you want to steer away from the plastic appearance and texture, you may want to invest more in dried or silk flowers, as those tend to have less of the “fake” traits.