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Tks for that timely info. I have 2 sheets of 40 yr old plexiglass from the bottom of 2 skylight chases that I want to rejuvenate. The plexiglass hasn't yellowed, but it is dull and cloudy, I've heard it can be buffed out clear again, I'm wondering if your product and procedure would work on it?
Probably, I think with clouded plastic itís best to wet sand the worst of it out, plexiglass scratches easily and I would start with a 1500 or 2000 wet paper first in a small area to try it out. I hope it works for you!Jim
Also thatís white marks out of genders that have been bent too far.
those tupperware pieces on the klr's are notorious for fading. My red one turned pick within months, so I took all the pieces of and rhino lined them.
Wait, what? I thought being a KLR owner you'd have just brushed them with some leftover latex wall/ceiling paint in the garage.
I had a vintage Malcolm Smith tank on my '77 XT500. When I bought it it was a chalky off-white, so I used a single-edge razor blade to carefully scrape away the chalkiness, then my heat gun set on low to "melt" it back to it's original yellow color. I did the same with the Acerbis front fender I later installed.
I wonder if all those guys riding around on pink KLRs know about this. I didn't know they had the lime green KLR in '05. It was an '06 bike here in the states. The only color of the Gen 1 bikes I would care to own. I have to refresh the headlights on my wife's '08 truck periodically. It takes time to do it right but the end result is better visibility so it is worth it. '
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