Scratches in glass/lexan

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by LabradorBoy, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. LabradorBoy

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    Alright, I have two scuff/haze problems and would like to know what I can do:

    (1) I have a Garmin eTrex Legen GPS with a plastic LCD screen cover that has become scuffed from a rough ride a little while ago. It's not deep, but I have two pea-sized scuff marks right on the screen and I was wondering what kind of compound I could use to buff them out. Maybe a Turtle Wax polishing or rubbing compound? I have both.

    (2) The windshield on my 1998 Tacoma has become "dotted" with specs that look like hard water stains and/or road crap. How can I remove this crap and get my windshield back to a shiny, smooth surface? I do not have a power buffer and would like to do something with it by hand, if possible.

    Any suggestions appreciated....
     
  2. LabradorBoy

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    No ideas...
     
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