john peloquin asked:
> > It's not a very complicated kit, it's just some glass polishing compound
> > (in powder form, just add water) and a buffing disk that attaches to your
> > electric drill, thats it. You could probably just buy glass polishing
> > compound and a polishing disk seperately and not pay as much.
> Do you know what grit it was? I have access to 400 and 800 grit- is that
> fine enough?
> > But be aware
> > that polishing compound of any type isn't going to take out even moderately
> > deep scratches, just the very slight ones.
> > Jeremy DuBois
I don't know what grit it is, but I've always used toothpaste.
While we're on the subject, has anyone tried having a crack in their
windshield repaired? There are companies that claim that they've got some
stuff that actually bonds the glass together invisibly. My restoration
project has what looks like a brand new windshield that has a crack down
the middle. It would be nice to not have to wrestle a new ($200!)
windshield into the frame.