Fenwicks Overwintering Exterior Protector is a protective ‘jacket’ for the winter months. Its unique properties actively repel water, dirt and algae without the need for a cover. Simply apply after cleaning. It is suitable for use on plastics, aluminium, glass, acrylic windows, GRP, ABS, fibreglass, decals, sealants, paint and much more.
Step 1: Clean unit with either Fenwicks Caravan or Motorhome Cleaner and allow to dry. Step 2: Mix 1 part Fenwicks Overwintering to 4 parts water. (Usually half a litre of Fenwicks Overwintering with 2 litres of water will cover most units.) Step 3: For best results apply using a garden spray or a sponge or a brush. Cover all surfaces evenly from the bottom up, and leave to dry. It will take 3 to 4 hours to dry properly. Step 4: To remove Fenwicks Overwintering use a 1 to 10 solution of Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner or Fenwicks Motorhome Cleaner.
The unit may be used without removing Fenwicks Overwintering.
You may need to re-apply Fenwicks Overwintering in prolonged bad weather conditions
Q. - Do I have to use the whole Overwintering bottle in one go? A. - No. Overwintering will cover up to 50sq meters, so mixing half of the bottle with 2ltrs of water and then applying using a spray will not only ensure a more even coverage, but make the product go further. You can always mix more.
Q. - Does the vehicle have to be dry before applying the Overwintering? A. - Yes. Allow the van to dry or leather the worst off, otherwise the overwintering will run off without coating the vehicle.
Q. - Can Overwintering be applied in wet weather? A. - No, the Overwintering needs time to dry to prevent it from being washed off, so do not apply when rain is forecast
Q. - How long does Overwintering need to dry? A. - Fenwicks Overwintering needs about 2 - 3 hours to dry.
Q. - How do I remove Overwintering in the spring? A. - Wash with a 10:1 mix of water to Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner will remove the Fenwicks Overwintering.
Q. - Is it advisable to avoid Overwintering on Motorhome windscreens? A. - Yes. Due to the waxy nature of the Overwintering, it may cause some smearing on the windscreens of motorhomes. Any areas effected can be washed over with a solution of the motorhome or caravan cleaner diluted 10:1.