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Old 05-19-2015, 07:02 AM   #29
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Try Plexus, it fills small sratches and looks great. Its a bit pricey but well worth it. Introducing Plexus Plastic Cleaner .....Bruce
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If I understand it correctly the 'ugliness' and cracks are at least partially caused by mildew that gets underneath the 3M mask. If that is the case, how will polishing the outside of the mask help in any way?
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I removed my 3m mask about 6 months ago because of how bad it made the coach look. During removal I found that in most cases the tiny hair line cracks went all the way through the mask. At first I thought they were scratch marks from being too rough during cleaning, not the case. The only way to make it look better is to remove it.

Took me about 25 hours to remove it using plastic razor blades and a thinner to remove the glue. Lots of work but I'd do again tomorrow. Looks like it had brand new paint underneath.
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