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Removal of haze in canopy

Old 07-24-2002, 08:27 PM
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Default Removal of haze in canopy

Any one has a good way to remove some haze formed as a result of c.a vapors on inside of canopy ? Tks
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Try Colgate or one of the other tooth pastes that has a fine abrasive in it. It is basically like polishing compound.

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Default canopy Haze?

I use 210 Plastic Cleaner/Polish sold by Tap Plastics.

This was manufactured for Tap by Sumner Laboratories, Inc. Phone 617-482-9000; FAX 617-482-9001; Order Desk 800-542-8656.

Tap is a western outlet, so if you are in the west, you'll find them in OR, WA & CA....don't know how far east they go...

Stuff works quite well on unpainted, undyed canopies.

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