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Removing windshield haze - your method
Written by mrpacrat on 7/22/2011 at 06:08 pm

I just received a nice old hazy windshield from a generous IPCRC member and I
was wondering:

1) What is your proven method for removing the hazing? Headlight repair kit?
Toothpaste? Elbow grease?

2) What exactly is the windshield (stock Honda) made of?

THANKS

PacRat

Message Thread for message #106085

mrpacrat
7/22/2011, 06:08 pm
Removing windshield haze - your method
I just received a nice old hazy windshield from a generous IPCRC member and I was wondering: 1) What is your proven method for removing the hazing? Headlight repair kit? Toothpaste? Elbow grease? 2) What exactly is the windshield

    skyeenter
    7/22/2011, 09:30 pm
    Removing windshield haze - your method
    Dork, er, pacrat, I mean, liked Dork better, I got a Clearview with my Boise bike and it had a hellacious scratch just about at right view center and had a lot of swirl scratchs from being wiped with gas station paper towels to remove road cr

      mrpacrat
      7/22/2011, 10:01 pm
      Removing windshield haze - your method
      I have heard enough recommendations for NOVUS now that I just went ahead and bought the 1-2-3 kit - $11.00 on eBay. Thanks Skye (DorkRat...?) Actually, my bike (formerly "Chary") is in the process of being turned into

    sr139fox
    7/23/2011, 09:04 am
    Removing windshield haze - your method
    My 89 has a haze on the windshield. I herd duct tape will removed the haze coating. I tried it in the corner and it took of a lot of the test area. I stuck it on and removed it with a fast short jerk, like I was waxing, removing hair.

    dl_page
    7/23/2011, 06:03 pm
    Removing windshield haze - your method
    Toothpate and elbow grease :) Cheers, Daniel --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "mrpacrat" <dokiedo@...&