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Removing windshield haze - your method
Written by mrpacrat on 7/22/2011 at 10:01 pm

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


Actually, my bike (formerly "Chary") is in the process of being turned into
PAC*RAT. Once I get her back from "the Carb guy" I will reassemble and unveil

--- In, "skyeenter" <skyeenter@...> wrote:
> 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 crud.
> I got the Novus kit and followed instructions. Took about 3 hours to go at
it. Took the haze/swirls off with the first series. The scratch took about
double the time. Got it down to now I don't even know it's there. I'm guessing
it's about 97% clear, it's more of a distortion, where the scratch use to be.
> skye
> --- In, "mrpacrat" <dokiedo@> wrote:
> >
> > 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?
> >
> >
> > PacRat
> >

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