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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-18-2018, 10:09 PM Thread Starter
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Lexan Refinishing.

I am going to try to fix the OEM windscreen from the '85. It's in pretty bad shape but this is a test, this is only a test...

Years ago, I buffed up my original and used it for some time, more than a year, I think, before I bought a new shield which is still on the bike, but looking very used. That will be picture #1.

Pic #2 is the first tools to be used.

Pic #3 is the work shield after a quick wash.

Pic #4 is after washing a couple times, with Comet, using the scrubber side of the sponge, then again with comet and the sponge side.

Pic #s 5 & 6 are the view through the shield before the Comet and what you are not seeing.

A question: Has anyone tried this, and is sandpaper going too far as a starter course? I can't remember, but I think I sanded that first one and then hand rubbed it with polishing compound, then wax. It was no where near as bad as this one from the '85.
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File Type: jpg Comet+Sponge.jpg (99.3 KB, 37 views)
File Type: jpg Pre Comet.jpg (98.7 KB, 38 views)
File Type: jpg Post Comet.jpg (66.7 KB, 37 views)
File Type: jpg Pre Comet-2.jpg (64.7 KB, 41 views)
File Type: jpg Pre Comet-3.jpg (134.1 KB, 42 views)

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