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MAKE THAT WINDSHIELD PERFECT..THIS IS WHAT I DID WITH CHEMICALS AND
Written by akienm on 1/6/2011 at 08:35 pm

Better living through chemistry!

I gotta get me some of that...

--

Akien MacIain
Non-judgement day is near!


On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 7:38 AM, wiedel57 <wiedel57@...> wrote:

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> 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@...<electracraft%40comcast.net>
> Mike
> 1989 Honda PC800 "Seattle Pacific"
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Message Thread for message #99807

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