The aviation industry uses Micromesh to polish out canopies and
windshields. It will remove any scratches you are likely to encounter.
I have used Micromesh and it works really well (don't skip any of the
steps). It is available from Aircraft Spruce (http://www.aircraftspruce.com
.). All of these type of products are fairly labor intensive and the
final result is related to the amount of effort you put into the
process. NFI and all of that.
On Mar 16, 2008, at 4:22 AM, DLylis@aol.com wrote:
> I cannot attest to how good this stuff is, because I haven't used
> it yet,
> but one of my nautical friends told me to go to West Marine as boats
> have lots
> of clear plastic, both rigid and flexible and replacement is huge
> $. He said
> the stuff they sell is the best cleaner/polisher he has ever seen.
> As soon
> as I get around to using it I will let you know. This guy knows
> all things
> nautical very well, however.
> David Lylis
> 69 TR6 CC26160L
> 60 TR3A TS74461LO
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