Is there anything that you can use to buff out minor scratches on your soft top windows? Also how about those spots on your flares that just won't come clean with soap & water...how do you "spiffy" those up?
Can't help you on the soft top, can on your plastic fenders. Turtle wax makes something called black chrome, wash them first, buff on afterwards and takes away all those dang mud marks that elbow grease won't. We also tried it on my kids 99, his were faded....lots of small applications and hand buffing with a rag and dang, what a transformation.
I bought some plastic cleaner by Honda, made for four wheelers, dirt bikes etc....haven't tried it yet but was told it is awesome. I'll update when I try it out.
If you have an airport nearby, you can pick up Novus Plastic Polish. It's what they use for getting scratches out of airplane windows. Takes a bit of elbow grease, but works well. They have different products like a corse, medium and fine.
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or WD-40 sprayed on and and spread out all over it with a shop towel will work for about two weeks, or more permanent use the gear oil from when u change it, that lasted a month even in the rain haha
hell yeah! WD-40 or some other grease works! just doesnt work for long is all.
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