[AlaskaRC] Canopy Polishing

Rod Wilkinson rod.wilkinson59 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 30 21:37:33 AKST 2020

Sounds like a nice build you’re finishing up. For cleaning a canopy I usually use a mixture of winder and 70% alcohol. Maybe two or three capfuls in the winded bottle. Then to add some shine and to help protect it I will use Pledge. Works pretty good. We always used pledge on full scale windshields also. As for glue removal that could be a bit tougher. The best I can think of right now is maybe a bit of heat from your heat gun on the glue. I would use to much heat though. Maybe someone else has some ideas there.
Show us some photos of your build.
Rod Wilkinson

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> On Nov 30, 2020, at 20:52, John Cooley via AlaskaRC <alaskarc at lists.alaskarc.org> wrote:
> I was wondering if any of you have a good method or experience cleaning the inside of a canopy, i.e. polish it, before assembly to remove glue drops or other smudges? I made a fiberglass inner frame to enable the canopy to be closed or open.
> Looking for ideas to improve the greenhouse on my under construction F6F Hellcat. Would appreciate any ideas
> Thanks
> John Cooley
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