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You wanna use a soft terry cloth or one of those yellow buffing cloths. I wouldn't use a buffer on acrylic, you'll burn a hole thru it.
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You wanna use a soft terry cloth or one of those yellow buffing cloths. I wouldn't use a buffer on acrylic, you'll burn a hole thru it.
if you hold it in one spot for a long time and not move the buffer.
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Thank you Juggalo and thank you Tsm, +reps around the house!
post #14 of 14
I've used this on my aftermarket etched window:

http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotive/products/g1900-headlight-restoration-kit/

Got it at O'Reillys Auto Parts...
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