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Does anyone out there have insight to the repair / scratches on acrylic ? I have a golf cart windshield that needs help. I am reasonably sure that some of you wood workers take time out to play some golf mabe ? Frank Lee, part time woodworker( building My third Router table . )
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Does anyone out there have insight to the repair / scratches on acrylic ? I have a golf cart windshield that needs help. I am reasonably sure that some of you wood workers take time out to play some golf mabe ? Frank Lee, part time woodworker( building My third Router table . )
Micromesh makes kits to polish out acrylic. They are not an aggressive sanding system so it takes a great deal of work!
This is the process used for things like airplane windows, display cases and high end acrylic aquariums. Just do a search for micromesh to get vendor names and kits or systems. HTH md
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Micromesh makes kits to polish out acrylic. They are not an aggressive sanding system so it takes a great deal of work!
This is the process used for things like airplane windows, display cases and high end acrylic aquariums. Just do a search for micromesh to get vendor names and kits or systems. HTH md
Thanks for your insight. Sounds like the real thing, I will give it a try let you know, Frank
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