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    Windshield Maintenance Advice Needed

    I have been told by the Wizard that replacing a Viper windshield is a difficult process and will likely not yield a OE result.

    That being the case, I'm considering some polishing alternative to rid the glass of years of "sandblasting". Curious as to what others have done to thoroughly polish a windshield, both process and products. And of course, does it work to resolve the problem?

    Thanks in advance,
    2008 SRT10 Open Roof (1 of 2)
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    Step One: Crush some diamonds really fine.........


    Or: Google info on "Cerium Oxide polish for glass"


    Griots and others carry it.


    Also: The Generation matters, but I have not had any negative feedback regarding W/S replacements as Chuck noted. [I did one myself in under 45 minutes waaaaay back in G2 ALMS days.....]
    Last edited by JonB ~ PartsRack; 2 Weeks Ago at 01:21 PM.
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    You are NEVER going to get your windshield looking the way you want with over the counter junk. What you need requires a level of skill and some professional grade equipment and products. If I were you, I would NOT try and fix it. I would pay a professional to do so.
    "Marines - Making the other guy die for his country for over 200 years."

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    The pros will likely be using some derivative of Cerium Oxide.....
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