DO NOT use harsh chemicals or strong
cleaning solutions on plexiglass. The surface
can be etched, scratched, disﬁgured, or
clouded. See Section Q - 9 Acrylic Plastic -
Make sure deck hatches are closed or be
aware of their location when using walk-thru
and moving around the foredeck to prevent
M - 5 FOREDECK HATCHES
We recommend you close and secure the
walk-thru windshield while underway. Damage
to the windshield could result.
The foredeck hatches consist of a translucent plexi-
glass. The hatch is supported by one locking hinge
and can be secured in a partially open position for
ventilation. See Figure M5. Follow the cleaning
directions for plexiglass described in Sections M - 3
and Q - 9 of this manual.
Secure walk-thru windshield with strap (if
applicable) when in open position. Securing the
walk-thru windshield will help prevent the
windshield from accidently slamming closed
due to high wind and/or wake condition, thus
reducing the chance of damage to windshield
Windshields made of tempered glass can be cleaned
with automotive glass cleaners or dishwashing soap
and water. Ensure that a clean cloth is used to prevent
scratching the glass.
Aluminum can be cleaned with similar products or with
nonabrasive cleaners such as Fantastik™.
Read the label before using any product. DO
NOT use abrasive cleaners.
Figure M5: Forward Deck Hatch
Screens and blinds for the forward deck hatches are a
standard feature. This “layered” deck hatch system
allows the screens and blinds to be slid to the desired
position with ease. Also, storage for the screens and
blinds are built into the screen/sun/shade system. See
Figures M6 and M7.
Plexiglass (acrylic plastic) is used for port holes,
companionway door assemblies, transom doors,
sliding storage doors, electrical panel doors, cabinets
and cabin windows. Plexiglass will scratch easily and
must be handled with care.
To clean, follow the instructions located in Sections
M-3 and Q-8. DO NOT use paper towels. They will
scratch the plexiglass.
Plexi glass or plastic polish may also be used. Read
the label ﬁrst before using any cleaning product.
Figure M6: Screen Portion of Screen/Sun/Shade System
Exterior Equipment - Section M
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