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Hi,

i have a Bottle of SlipStreamer Heavy Duty Scratch Remover.
Can I use it safely on my Tulsa Windshield, because it says
"Do not use on Lexan Windshields"on the Bottle?
But on the Tulsa Windshield is printed "PolyCast".
So is the Tulsa a Lexan Windshield?

What do you think?

Laureon
 

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Joe Chindemi said:
The Tulsa windshield is made of cell cast Acrylic. . it is NOT Lexan.
Joe
Just got this from Allen...Joe is correct...thanks Joe

Jerry,
We use a DOT Approved Cell Cast Acrylic for our windshields.
If you have any questions let me know
Allen
 

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Laureon,
You want to be careful with any "scratch remover" that says not for Lexan, the reason they make that warning is it will have a fairly agressive "abrasive" in it and may leave very small minor scratches, even in Acrylic. Our Material is a little harder than the Lucite that Slipstreamer uses, but, be cautious using it.
The 210+ is very fine and is even recommended for Lexan or Polycarbonate.
It takes more work to remove a scratch, because the compound is very fine.
Regards
Allen
 

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I'm confused...Help Allen???...Do I use products approve for Acrylic or for Lexan...I know you sell 210...but inquiring minds want to know...
 

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Tulsa said:
The 210+ is very fine and is even recommended for Lexan or Polycarbonate.
That stuff is hard to find. I always try to order several things at once, but
the only places I find during my internet purchases don't have other items
I want at the time. I am not spending S&H for just one bottle. I just bought
some Plexis :( Why doesn't Hal sell the stuff? Or Denniskirk, J&P, etc....

Herb
 
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