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#1 derrickm

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Posted 30 June 2003 - 09:21 AM

Anybody ever heard of using Brasso on your instrument cluster to remove scratches?? I just read this on another site and had never heard of that before.

Anybody done it or have any input???
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#2 Pats300zx

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Posted 30 June 2003 - 09:27 AM

I think that Brasso might be alittle bit too abrasive for the plastic instrument cluster. I would recommend something like Novus #2 to remove the scratches. I would then follow up with Novus #1.

#3 JasonC8301

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Posted 30 June 2003 - 10:25 AM

As Pats300zx said above try something a bit milder. If that doesn't work, try some Brasso.

We (Old Army JROTC) used to use Brasso on out name tags which is a white sheet of plastic with a thin sheet of black plastic over it. The black sheet was pebbled in texture and we used a scotch brite pad to smooth it out, then spent a good day rubbing Brasso into the plastic and oh boy the resulting finish was smooth and glossy black. Now I don't have a nametag to wear on my uniform.

This is different than clear plastic though. It will work, but you have to follow up with something finer.
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#4 DFTowel

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Posted 30 June 2003 - 10:59 AM

These have always been my choices:
http://www.ceebailey...rderplexus.html
http://dwdavies.com/...ear-to-land.asp




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