I realize this is an old thread. But I did a search, read a few threads and decided to post on this one instead of starting a new one.
I talked to someone I know tonight. He works in a plexiglass factory. We talked about my Boler's front and back windows
. The guy's factory does interior stuff, decorations and office supplies. I could buy plexiglass from where he works, but, without the UV protection, I'm not sure how long it would last. When I told him that I managed to take out my two windows
without breaking them, he suggested that I tried buffing them. He uses a buffer and some kind of animal fat at work (
) and he said it might be worth trying some compound or something.
My old windows
have those little very bright horizontal lines in them. They look like they are deep and I'm not sure they'll go away. What do you guys think? I do have some Brasso and Pledge (and I'm sure I can find some sort of animal fat!) so I think I'll try. But I'm still interested in hearing from your experiences.