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07-06-2010, 06:48 PM
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Clear Visor? Need some help!

Is there anybody who uses one and has a good way of getting out the buff marks/scratches.

I have made matters worse and I don't want to buy a new cage for my game tonight.

Any ideas on what could work?


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Use Pledge.

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Cheers, will give it a shot.

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try some shampoo, rub it on then rub it off...we used to use it when i played junior...also pledge does work too...

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For puck or stick marks I have used WD-40. If it's an Oakley beware, you use anything other than water or their spray and it will spider crack.

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Does it fill in the scratches and dries clear?

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Does it fill in the scratches and dries clear?
Depends on if it's a scratch that runs deep or just on the surface. Most of the time when I've had marks they are just paint from sticks, rubber from a puck or tape from a stick. If it's a deep scratch I don't think using anything will help but I've never tried shampoo or pledge. I usually go and buy a new one. If it's from using a rough towel then I'd try what the other guys are saying and I suggest using whatever manufacturers spray from now on. I have an Itech and an Oakley and will only use that particular spray after getting burned a few times. Like many other people I was one of the suckers who had a dirty Oakley shield and decided to use Windex and destroyed it. You really have to baby the shields they make but if you use the right spray and a nice, soft towel it will last a long time.

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I don't know how deep your scratches are.
But toothpaste works best for me to remove small scratches.

Like mentioned before, you use shower gel to keep the visor clear
during sweating

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