"Dave Plowman" wrote
| Andrew wrote:
| > Be aware that some insurance companies are now using lie
| > detectors. ... HBOS uses the same technology for
| > house insurance claims.
| Since lie detectors aren't allowable in law in this country
| it's nice to know they are so far ahead of the field.
| Perhaps they should fit them to their adverts?
Or to their agents who fraudulently mis-sell self-certification mortgages
(money programme BBC2 last night)
As your suggestion is practical will the T-cut or Brasso be
safe to have a bath in afterwards and will the wax polish with stand
the heat of the water and bathroom cleaning chemicals? The bath costs
less than my insurance excess plus removing it would create more
upheaval and testified by its installation.
The method I outlined is how we used to *repair* damaged baths after their
T-Cut & Brasso are used because of their mild abrasive qualities (it's
surprising how sensitive your bum is when you sit on scratched acrylic-as
testified earlier by Suz in an earlier thread). Any residue can be washed
away & AFAIK, harmless anyway.
The wax polish is for aesthetic purposes.
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Yes, you can get gel coat repair kits from chandlers used to repair
pitting and accidental damage to GRP boats. The cost is reasonable *but*
you must have a good eye for colour since you have to mix your own
colour from a palette of basic colours.
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