PO of Hideaway 35-3 had stainless steel frames made for the windows when they 
were replaced.  They look sharp, cover the seam well. He said they weren’t 
cheap. I imagine they were glued on. 
Jon Pratt

>> On Mar 13, 2018, at 9:00 AM, Chuck Saur via CnC-List <cnc-list@cnc-list.com> 
>> wrote:
>> Happy spring??  I recall someone commented on priming and/or painting the 
>> smoke-tint plexiglass edge areas,  prior to installing, to hide the the VHB 
>> and Dow 795, so all does not show through the smoke plexi against the white 
>> cabin side along those edge areas.
>> I have the window dug out, whew, and cleaned up with Mechanica silicone 
>> remover and mineral spirits.  I actually lost only three patches of knuckle 
>> skin. I have also sanded the receiving perimeter of the plexi where it will 
>> make contact with the tape and/or paint.
>> I could not find the mention of the painting step in the archive.  Has 
>> anyone painted this and have advice?  I purchased a can of Krylon High-bond 
>> plastic paint in flat black. It's waiting in the barn...  Thoughts?
>> Chuck Saur
>> ​Morning Sky
>> C&C 35-3

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