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Any have any experience with this product?

I found it on YouTube from a guy who was replying to a very good YouTube tutorial that I was watching, and made some good comments with this stuff.

https://www.savemylenses.com/

from what I gather, you can dispense with buying the expensive 3M headlight restoration kit, and buy sheets of Wet or Dry sandpaper and do it by hand.


From what I gather, we don't need the compound because the sprayon product fills in the little tiny scratches, much like Plexus does. Which I already have some of.


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Gary Roy 4 months ago

As professionals we do recommend clear coats because sanding removes the original UV coatings, there are no polishes or sealers that hold in heavy sun parts of the country or through a harsh winter.

Our Rock Hard Clear is the only clear specifically designed for poly-carbonate lenses, it has over 35% solid content whereas standard spray clears have maybe 5%. Additionally, some polishes will actually damage the lens material because they are petroleum based and break down plastics.

Simply wet sand with 180 to 220 W&D sandpaper, follow up with 800 to 1000 W&D sandpaper...

then spray with "Rock Hard Clear".

Done and done for about $1 per lens, nothing works better, faster or for less money... Guaranteed! www.SaveMyLenses.com
 

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I'm going to call them tomorrow and see how the spiel goes.


specifically ask them how it compares to Plexus which I have used since 1969 on airplane windshields.
 
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