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Old 09-25-2014, 06:53 PM   #1
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Brand new to the Windjammer World

My husband and I purchased a 2015 Windjammer 2809 and received it in April. We waited six months; but in the final analysis, we are thrilled with the result. So far, we've spent 36 days in our new WJ (not consecutive days however). Although our current vacation in Pismo Beach, CA is nearing its end, we are eagerly anticipating the next trip.

For now, we just have two questions:
1) We've slightly scratched our Corian kitchen counter -- not even sure how we managed that, but it wasn't from any unusual usage (maybe sliding a plate or coffee maker?). Has anyone found a simple solution to mitigate or remedy this problem? The Corian manufacturers recommend a soft scrub pad and Soft Scrub, but I'm not sure I want to further scratch the finish to "fix" the scratches.

2) Are there any "wonder-working" cleaning products that you all wouldn't leave home without? Toilet cleaner, sinks, etc.?

Thanks for any suggestions you may be have! Happy camping to all from these 2.5 Pilgrims!

B, C & KA
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Old 09-26-2014, 09:38 PM   #2
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Corian counters scratch easily in my experience, which has been in a home kitchen. You just have to buff them out as they occur.

Welcome from central Virginia!

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Old 09-27-2014, 08:34 AM   #3
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Welcome! We just purchased a Windjammer 3029 in August. We have spent more days in it than not. But just winterized it
Mike and Joyce
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Old 09-27-2014, 01:34 PM   #4
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Welcome to the FRF! Congrats on the Windjammer.

If you try bluffing out the scratch I would suggest testing it on a tiny area first. At home my sister gave me some stainless scratch remover to use on my new dishwasher. While the scratch remover did help the scratch it also marked up the area a little where it rubbed in (per directions).
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Old 09-27-2014, 11:36 PM   #5
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Thanks so much for the welcome, Mike & Joyce! You have a lovely floorplan in that Windjammer 3029 -- super nice; and it sounds like you've enjoyed it thoroughly. Good for you in doing in right! Sorry to hear the winter season is on your threshold, though; but you'll be ready to roll in style come spring! We're currently vacationing in Pismo Beach; and we'd highly recommend the Central Coast if you're ever looking to extend your winter travels...check out CA!

Again, congrats on the new trailer; it's a beauty!
B, C & KA
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