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Old 09-28-2005, 11:56 PM
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Mothers plastic polish

I just bought a bottle of this stuff to test it out and WOW. Made my cowl and side view mirrors look like new. Two applications and a little buffing and the things shine like diamonds. Just puttin the word out, if you've got some plastic bits or headlight lenses that need a little work, its worth the money to try.

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Thanks! Will this stuff help polish plastic headlight lens? I've got a set from a 97 Mustang that need something to help them!
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My Ford headlight lenses go dull every 2 to 3 months.
I usually bring them back like new with the buffer and
a small foam pad with polishing compound.

I am looking for that plastic polish,but haven't found it yet.
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My Ford headlight lenses go dull every 2 to 3 months.
I usually bring them back like new with the buffer and
a small foam pad with polishing compound.

I am looking for that plastic polish,but haven't found it yet.
Meguires makes an excellent one for aircraft canopy use. It can be a little difficult to find at auto parts stores, but I have seen it at my local PPG jobber.

Vince
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Thanks jcclark. I'll try the fine polishing compound method. I have some sitting on the shelf in the garage.
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