Hi: If you are refering to the front/rear plexi windows
it has been discussed here that cleaning and then buffing with Brasso will rejuvinate the plexi from minor pits & scratches and give the windows
a nice water shed finish... I have so far bought the Brasso but not had time to try it!!! Sounds like a more simple solution and a "won't hurt to try it" at this point. If it doesn't work they can still be replaced. Tinted Lexan sounds best to me...
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie