Sprayhood Window Blinds are affixed externally onto the Sprayhood, usually by means of snap buckles and clips. They protect the windows from atmospheric dirt, pollution and the harmful degrading effects of U.V. As a result, the clarity of your Sprayhood windows is maintained and enhanced forward visibility is achieved when looking through the windows.
Although Sprayhood windows can be replaced and often are over the Sprayhood’s lifespan, they can be protected and mitigate your investment in a new Sprayhood. To put it simply, your Sprayhood will stay looking new for longer with windows that stay clear; so it’s important to protect the windows with a blind made from fine boat upholstery.
If you’ve ever washed your car and left it on the drive for a couple of weeks, you will have noticed the grit and dirt that ends up strewn across on the bonnet. This same atmospheric dirt will accumulate on your Sprayhood windows and, generally speaking, most Sprayhoods are not cleaned as often as the boating experts of Tecsew would like! It is often human nature to use a dry cloth or sponge to try and clean the windows, which are then abraded.
The windows should always be wetted first with clean fresh water. A Window Blind protects your windows, gives you peace of mind and makes a cost-effective addition to your Sprayhood.
If you would like to discuss the uses of Sprayhood Window Blinds, any other Sprayhood additions or the Sprayhood itself in further detail, contact our dedicated team. We have a wealth of knowledge and ideas on how to guard against the deterioration of your sprayhood, each of which serves to provide you with an enhanced experience on the open waters.