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MAKE THAT WINDSHIELD PERFECT..THIS IS WHAT I DID WITH CHEMICALS AND
Written by wiedel57 on 1/6/2011 at 03:38 pm

This is what worked for me on all plastic for my 1989 PC800. I replaced the
windscreen with a taller OE unit from a 98 donor machine. The Wwindscreen was in
good condition with no cracks or scratches but it was yellowed and just looked
like it needed to be wetsanded and buffed. No time for that. I got out 3M
product #051135-08984 General Purpose Adhesive cleaner that just happened to be
on the shelf. I put a liberal amount on a soft cloth and went over it 3-5 rimes
each time cleaning it dry with a soft towel. After it looked very clear I
applied Turtle Wax protectant for plastic and vinyl. I actually used the cleaner
on my original tail light lenses as they were dull and color fading but this
solved the problem. There has been no fogging of the plastic or windscreen and
the cost was not much at all. That is my story. You may email me for more infor
at electracraft@...
Mike
1989 Honda PC800 "Seattle Pacific"

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wiedel57
1/6/2011, 03:38 pm
MAKE THAT WINDSHIELD PERFECT..THIS IS WHAT I DID WITH CHEMICALS AND
This is what worked for me on all plastic for my 1989 PC800. I replaced the windscreen with a taller OE unit from a 98 donor machine. The Wwindscreen was in good condition with no cracks or scratches but it was yellowed and just looked like i