[DML] Re: Faded Clock or Lens
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[DML] Re: Faded Clock or Lens

I suspect that toothpaste (not gel) would work as well.  Small 
circular motion with a dab on a tissue or soft cloth works wonders to 
eliminate or reduce scratches on plastic or glass. I've used it on 
badly scratched DVD's to make them work in my player.  Might be better 
than paying $10.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "tuxr" <tuxdarby@...> wrote:
> I previously posted that I found a product at Advanced Discount Auto 
> Stores that cleared up fogged and hazed lenses.  "5 Minute Optical 
> Polish", $10.  I couldn't believe how good it worked, just put the 
> on a drill, wet, and polish (tape up around the clock good so it 
> doesn't hit the edges around it).  I posted a "before" and "after" 
> picture in the "Celebration 4/29/06" folder.  Seems to work on tail 
> lights too, I tested it on some old ones I had.  I'll be deleting 
> other pictures in that folder, the pictures of the Makes & Models 
> magazine model posing next to a couple of the cars at the 
> car show in April.  Last chance to see them!!!!

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