Windscreen Cleaning

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Lemon Pledge huh? I need to give that a shot. I have been using auto wax that I have laying around.

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If you use autowax or rubbing compound, might it take out some of those little scratches that make it difficult to see at night? My wind screen is in decent shape, but when the sun goes down and I'm riding at night, its tough to see as cars get closer. I wondered if rubbing compound would help the issue.
 
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Try " deep Wood Off" I worked part time at an auto recycler , that's what they used on older scratched and yellowed headlights , can almost make them like new, soak it then buff them a couple times.
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Try " deep Wood Off" I worked part time at an auto recycler , that's what they used on older scratched and yellowed headlights , can almost make them like new, soak it then buff them a couple times.
Alan
Would using a headlight restoration kit be out of the question? Wet sanding, buffing and polishing? Has anyone tried this ?


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Would using a headlight restoration kit be out of the question? Wet sanding, buffing and polishing? Has anyone tried this ?


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I didn't end up trying the headlight restoration stuff but I did try a turtlewax rubbing compound and it made no noticeable difference at night. I've thought about wetsanding and buffing I just haven't committed to it. Let us know if you do!