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So is Lexan (in the form Fasts used it), Eisenglass and Strataglass all the same stuff ?

(New thread time.....this is being majorly hijacked.)

I've started a new thread on the subject of "Clears". Hope no one minds.
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white, discolored plastipane

I have a roll of plastipane that I have been using to make the bridge and back deck enclosures for my powerboat (I know, I know...this is SAILnet, but I'm a sailor at heart, I promise!). I kept the roll on the bridge all summer, it got rained on and I just unrolled it to finish the project and it is completely white. I've tried scrubbing with soap and water to no avail.
Any suggestions? Do I just need to buy new plastipane from sailrite?
thanks!
Kristen
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