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Mind the gap
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I have a Blingo 110 called Hoff. During general cleaning operations I noticed that it has quite a large gap between the windscreen glass and the surrounding body work. I wondered whether or not that gap might attract dead leaves and the like and thought of filling it with a strip of silicon mastic, much as you would with a shower cubicle.
Has anyone else done such a thing and, more importantly would this have an adverse affect on the windscreen, it's surroundings etc.
Any thought would be appreciated.
Regards,

C!
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#2
It's a standard problem from Vigo. If there's no leak - forget about it.
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#3
I notice that it is the same on the rear window too. There are no leaks. I will keep and eye on it and if the gap starts filling up with rubbish I think I might try the clear mastic solution.
Regards,

C!
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