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    Posted: 30 August 2011 at 3:29pm
I am sewing a Sunbrella cover for an aircraft. It's a motor glider with a plexiglass canopy "bubble".

What would be a good liner to protect the plexiglass from getting scratched by the Sunbrella? I read somewhere it should be a microfiber liner. I have some fleece here that I think would work, but with all the rain we get up here in the Pacific NW, will it rot? Or will the Sunbrella keep the liner dry enough?

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Holger
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OK, I found the right microfiber cloth. Connecting it to the Sunbrella with hook&loop so it can be washed and treated separately.
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