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Old 10-10-2011, 10:40 AM   #1
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Good morning, my 2003 Corvette has a removable top and has a bunch of scratches on it. The top a quite expensive even for used. I know there are kits like Novus, using whitening toothpaste, using Elmers school glue, etc. Is there a way to get this back to looking good? Thanks and take care, Chuck

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If you know any one in the Air Force have them get you a bottle of the stuff they use to clean the canopies on their jet aircraft. I had a bottle a friend gave me(crew chief on F4 Phantom) years ago. Stuff really works. It came in a brown glass bottle with no label.
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