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Old 11-11-2014, 04:11 PM   #10
fleetw00d
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After polishing another windshield and having more scratches than I started with, make sure the face of the buffer wheel is clean. I probably had a piece of grit on the surface that created scratches as I tried to polish. I cleaned mine by putting in the drill (dry), spinning it, then using the blade of my pocket knife to scrape the surface. I wound up having to repolish the windshield. Also did the yellowed plastic lens on a headlight assembly for my mother-in-law's Lincoln.
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