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Old 11-07-2012, 04:59 PM
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The acrylic (or plexiglass?) windshield in my Club Car had swirls and fine scratches on it...probably from using paper towels and windex to clean it. Searched the internet and found a product called Novus 2 fine scratch remover was highly recommended.

The Harley Davidson store in Lake Sumter carries an 8 oz container of Novus 2 for $5.95 which was as good as any online price. I bought it and it took all the swirls and scratches out...the windshield is clear as glass. Also used it on the headlights and tail lights of my car as well as the clear plastic part of the sunbrella enclosure of my golf cart.

This stuff really works.

They also have a #1 that is a cleaner/polisher and #3 that is for heavy scratches. Haven't tried those.

Just an FYI for those golf cart owners having trouble seeing out the windshield.
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Old 11-07-2012, 05:28 PM
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Paper towels = a no-no on the golf cart windshield!

Once you're happy that nearly all of the scratches are out using the Novus #2, switch to the #1 for regular cleaning.

Here's a bit of info on each of the 3 products:

Novus Plastic Cleaners

Most motorcycle dealers (and other places as well) sell a product called Plexus - comes in a couple of sizes of spray cans. It's also good stuff for cleaning your golf cart windshield:

Plexus

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Old 11-07-2012, 06:07 PM
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Thanks for info Nancy. I have been using a product from Ace Hardware to clean my glass and it polishes, repels dust and inhibits fogging. I will get some of the Novus for any scratches I have.
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:12 AM
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The acrylic (or plexiglass?) windshield in my Club Car had swirls and fine scratches on it...probably from using paper towels and windex to clean it. Searched the internet and found a product called Novus 2 fine scratch remover was highly recommended.

The Harley Davidson store in Lake Sumter carries an 8 oz container of Novus 2 for $5.95 which was as good as any online price. I bought it and it took all the swirls and scratches out...the windshield is clear as glass. Also used it on the headlights and tail lights of my car as well as the clear plastic part of the sunbrella enclosure of my golf cart.

This stuff really works.

They also have a #1 that is a cleaner/polisher and #3 that is for heavy scratches. Haven't tried those.

Just an FYI for those golf cart owners having trouble seeing out the windshield.
I was just told that the reason for compromising a windshield is using a cleaner with ammonia in it. I havea suggestion. I used creamy peanut butter to clean and remove scratches from DVDs. I bet it would work on the winshield also. Just try an out of the way corner.
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Old 11-09-2012, 09:18 AM
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Thanks for the tip - I picked some up yesterday - Window on my cart is now scratch free and super clear.
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Old 11-09-2012, 06:36 PM
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Thanks for the tip - I picked some up yesterday - Window on my cart is now scratch free and super clear.
Sales person @ carts & clubs says to use vinegar & water & an old T shirt or a micro fiber rag. Will not scratch.

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Old 11-13-2012, 11:39 AM
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Does it work on the headlight covers that are foggy?
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:18 PM
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Thanks for the tip - I picked some up yesterday - Window on my cart is now scratch free and super clear.
Me TOO.

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Mine had glass lens for headlight so it didn't work for them.
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I think my daughters car is plastic and it is so foggy. She has a 2001 mustang. Or does anyone have suggestions on what will clear this up.
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:19 AM
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I think my daughters car is plastic and it is so foggy. She has a 2001 mustang. Or does anyone have suggestions on what will clear this up.
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