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Old 12-05-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
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scratches on the windscreen is there anything to fix it?

ok so i bought a used Puig screen. Wasn't the sellers fault, but the person who packaged it didn't wrap the screen in bubble wrap. So it just rubbed up against the box leaving Very light scratches. is there any kind of chemical that will just fill in the scratches? or anything i can do to get rid of them?
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ok so i bought a used Puig screen. Wasn't the sellers fault, but the person who packaged it didn't wrap the screen in bubble wrap. So it just rubbed up against the box leaving Very light scratches. is there any kind of chemical that will just fill in the scratches? or anything i can do to get rid of them?
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Old 12-05-2006, 01:41 PM   #3
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does anyone sell it locally?
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seriously? how much i will come down there today!
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Actually I used this many moons ago for a work project that got screwed up form paint thinner. The 3 step process can work wonders! For a few scratches just the #2 should work but, I would probably bring the screen with me and see how it does.
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Actually I used this many moons ago for a work project that got screwed up form paint thinner. The 3 step process can work wonders! For a few scratches just the #2 should work but, I would probably bring the screen with me and see how it does.
cool thanks for the tip the screen is on the bike so most likely im bringing the bike. lol
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Well thats some good info there!! Good yob!!
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hmm, might pick up some of this to clean up my headlight lenses.
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thanks patrick! fixed majority of it. worked great! im sure if i sit there for another hour it will come out.
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thanks patrick! fixed majority of it. worked great! im sure if i sit there for another hour it will come out.

I need some too. How much was it?
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I need some too. How much was it?
$6.95 for the stage 2. and $4.95 for stage 1
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thanks patrick! fixed majority of it. worked great! im sure if i sit there for another hour it will come out.

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worked great? i wouldnt sit in front of a windshield for an hour...
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worked great? i wouldnt sit in front of a windshield for an hour...


you just post worthless everywhere don't you?
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and you just LOVE talking right after i post, dont you?
get a room

:laughing6 i think i saw someone post this earlier but oh well.
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