Regalite® Vinyl Window Material is a 40-gauge press-polished window material with good optical clarity and durability. Regalite is a standard marine grade window material manufactured from 100% polyvinyl chloride with a highly polished finish that results in a soft, flexible, press-polished sheet. This clear vinyl window material is perfect for marine, RV and automotive windows.
Please Note: The manufacturer lists the size of the sheet as 24" x 54", however we have found that the sheet size varies up to 3 inches in both length and width.
Baste window material in place with Seamstick over the fabric. Sew the window in place using a #18 or #20 needle and V-69 or V-92 thread. After sewing, use scissors to trim away the fabric from the window. Bind the raw edges with binding for a more finished appearance.
Pro Tip: Due to a slight bluish tint, we recommend pairing this product with other Regalite or O'Sea products.
|Fabric Content:||100% PVC|
|Care & Cleaning:||See Documents for Full Instructions|
|Certifications:||California Prop 65 Compliant , RoHS Directive (2015/863/EU) Compliant|
|Cold Crack Rating:||-30° F|
|Warranty:||2 Year Limited|
Worked as advertised!
Very clear and looks very durable
Very happy with the quality and quick mailing times!
I like the heavier weight for windows
This product was just as advertised and was shipped the same day I ordered it and arrived very quickly. Thank you and I will be back.
I used this vinyl as removable button snap in windows for my 1956 Jeep truck and they are very tough and durable.
Exactly what I was looking for. Now, to stitch it in place of the old cracked window!
Dodger Window Replacement
The replacement of three vinyl windows in our sailboat dodger was very successful. The process was simplified by using basting tape as recommended in the SailRite project video and selecting the appropriate basting tape using the SailRite website guidelines. As it happens, the 40 Gauge vinyl is significantly heavier than the original and of far superior quality. The only issue was that I am not very good at sewing and the machine that I'm using is a home model. As a consequence, my best results were obtained by hand cranking the machine in order to create even stitches.