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  1. #31
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    Re: How to Polish - Plastic Things

    Plastics maintenance



    Clear plastic cleaner and polisher from Mcguiars or whatever you spell it plus cheap buffer with expensive pad.
    China buffer works and I have it for years. Only potential drawback is a gear noise, don't care

    Up here we have lots of problems with uv damage and clear plastics require special care.
    Cleaning and buffing of windscreen and headlights with power then microfiber hand rub.



    Word on caution on rex mini windscreen. Hold down screws are black and will eventually get shiny on top when power buffed. Mine are with character after 20 years, may get stainless or titan if I can remember to order them...
    Polish onslaught

  2. #32
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    Re: How to Polish - Plastic Things

    Last week I did tranny fluid on my truck. Guess what I am doing now instead of adjusting chain on suki:



    Yep right, tranny fluid on her 'onda ....

    Ramps are good thing to have for light duty kind of work. Cheap and durable.



    Don't forget to get wheel chock to complete the set
    Polish onslaught

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