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Old 10-28-2009, 09:17 PM
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Originally Posted by MADDOG View Post
Meguiar's makes a plastic polish as well. Do you have glass lenses or plastic? If it's glass, the glass shops have a mildly abrasive paste that cleans up pitted and hazed glass really well! I use it on my windshields after each winter to clean the crud off of them, especially in the area where the wipers don't sweep the glass.
I know this is off topic but this paste you are talking about? How badly pitted will it work on? When we had a straight line wind shear come through in May Blue took some hits from the roof shingles that came off my little brother's house. Most of the damage is on the windshield. You can see the outline of the tile and where it slid up and over the windshield. Will this paste take out all those little pit marks??
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