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10-16-02, 06:17 AM   #1  

I have scraches on my windshield from the wipers. They aren't deep but they are hard to see through. What can I use to rub,buff or polish them out ? Thanks

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10-16-02, 08:09 AM   #2  
Do a search here in the archives and you should find the information as it's come up before. I don't think it's really considered a d-i-y project, but the materials are available.

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10-16-02, 10:11 AM   #3  
Cerrum Oxide is what is used to polish a windshield.

I do not suggest you do it unless you are proficient with the use of a buffer.

There are competent glass shops that handle this relatively cheaply. Some insurance companies pay for this type of repair in lieu of glass replacement.

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