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11-14-2006, 05:59 AM
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Removing marks from a shield

Question for the group: Any good suggestions for remove puck or stick marks from a clear helmet shield? Any helpfull tricks would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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there are cleaners available at most hockey shops. Some makers highly recommend their own product so as to not cause sever and instant damage caused by a reaction by coatings on the shield to the cleaner product. Check your shield manufacturers web site and/or the product care label that came with the shield.

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I have used a product called GS27, it is used to get scracthes out of cars, worked perfect....

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I've used PVC cement cleaner. It can be found with the plumbing supplies. Test it on a small, unobtrusive area first.

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try wd40. after you get it clean lightly spray it with scotchguard

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try wd40. after you get it clean lightly spray it with scotchguard
Yup. I use WD-40 on my sticks as well. It will remove all puck and stick marks and makes it look like new again. It will also remove old tape residue.

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I actually used toothpaste. It helped, the sheild's not perfect but it helped.

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