Windshields • Glass • Doors • Windows • Hatches • Portlights
Regular cleaning with fresh water and a soft cloth will keep and protect your windshield, window, or hatch for years.
Use commercially available glass cleaners or a mixture of fresh water and vinegar. Do not use abrasives, harsh chemicals, or metal scrapers. Regular cleaning will help assure clarity of the glass for safe boating.
Never use glass cleaning solutions or dry cloth to clean Plexiglas®. Never use acetone, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, or lacquer thinner. The only acceptable cleaners are a small amount of denatured alcohol, clean water, or a commercially available plastic polisher specific for the purpose. Use a soft rag and wash off the plastic windshield first with lukewarm water to avoid scratching the surface.
Clean window channels with mild detergent only. Channels can be sprayed with silicone aerosol while sliding the glass back and forth.
Polish with commercially available metal polishes. A boat or car wax periodically applied will offer extra protection against the elements.
Clean with fresh water periodically. Touch up scratches and areas where paint has chipped off with touch-up spray paint. Touch-up kits are available from the factory.
Boat Top Clips
- Never slide along on windshield framework
- To change clip location, snap on and off the aluminum top track
- Never ground windshield with any electrical devices or appliances. - Never use the windshield as a mooring cleat for tying off to a dock, pier or another boat. - Never use the windshield as a tie-off attachment for trailering purposes.
Use care when opening and closing latches, adjusters and supports. Do not force.
Factory Customer Service
Advice on proper care of all TMS products is available from a factory representative to assure you years of service and reliability. Call Taylor Made Systems, (518) 773-0636.