Bungalow, eight year old boiler in the loft.
Vent pipe directly over the bathroom window.
The plastic window frames are going a bit yellow in places due to the acidic
drops of condense. The frames are still under guarantee, but I know what the
company is going to tell me if I drag them out. Well, I think I do.
Will bleach get rid of the yellow stains?
So you deliberately moved your boiler to have the exhaust next to a window? You only have yourself to blame.
It turns out a Chinese food deliveryman who was thought to be missing, was actually stuck in a Manhattan apartment building elevator for 4 days.
The man is ok, but the building's owner is charging him $1,500 rent.
On Wed, 25 Jan 2017 20:39:50 -0000, "Mr Pounder Esquire"
Assuming they're iron stains (which they may not be), these can be
removed from plastic by rubbing vigorously with a paste of baking soda
in water. Vinegar or lemon juice are also suggested. The baking soda
acts like a mild abrasive. I guess something like Brasso would also
work. Lots more here http://tinyurl.com/z97gtqe
How does the flue come out from the roof though ?.
If the boiler is in the loft then a normal vertical flue
could have been used, with a flashing kit.
If the flue slopes *back* towards the boiler (assuming
it is a condenser) then v. little condensate should drip
out of the end.
A photo would help.
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