|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||7100|
|Manufacturer Part Number||7100|
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NOVUS 7100 Plastic Polish Kit - 8 oz.
|Price:||$17.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Great for cleaning and restoring CD/DVD, motorcycle windshields, automobile headlamps, boats, airplanes, aquariums and all acrylic products
- Compact kit that fits in your glove compartment, saddle bag or carrying case
- Cleans and removes scratches instead of filling it in
- Has helped millions win the war against fading, scratching and dulling of plastics
- Industry leader since 1973
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Restoring Plastics is as Easy as 1, 2 & 3
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As Easy as 1, 2 & 3
Try our polishes and you'll see why manufacturers of plastic/acrylic products recommend NOVUS Polish
NOVUS Plastic Polish is your one stop solution for restoring and revitalizing all plastic, acrylic and fiberglass products. For home or industrial use, NOVUS Plastic Polish has formulated a complete system to restore scratched, faded or discolored plastic materials.
For over 40 years, NOVUS Plastic Polish has been the recognized industry leader. Since 1972, NOVUS Plastic Polish has added new life to plastics, acrylics and fiberglass with easy to achieve professional results. NOVUS Plastic Polish is helping millions win the war against fading, scratching and dulling of plastics that all too often cause the best products to grow old before their time.
- Use On Many of Today's Plastic Surfaces Such As:
- Motorcycle Windscreens, Visors & Fairings
- Snowmobiles, ATV's & Watercrafts
- Auto Interior, Gauges, Chrome and Headlamps
- Video Game and DVD's
- Microwave Oven Doors & Cultured Marble Sinks
- Acrylic Aquariums
- Acrylic Hot Tubs & Spas
Just Look Around and You Will See Plastics in Need of NOVUS Plastic Polish
Clear Up Automotive Headlights
Turn those hazy and yellow headlights clear in just a few minutes.
Clean and Restore Motorcycles, Snowmobiles & ATV's
Restore the color, clarity and brilliance of your favorite on-road & off-road vehicles.
Breathe New Life into Watercrafts
Repair sun & water damaged windshields, windows and fiberglass surfaces.
Rejuvenate Acrylic Spas and Cultured Marble Sinks
Fall in love with your hot tube, spa or cultured marble sinks & counter tops.
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First off the 'cloth' is a glorified paper towel. DO NOT let that be a factor in your decision! I thought it would be a nice polishing cloth, sandpaper, or something worth while, but no... It's just a paper towel. If you find a cheaper option without it, go for it!
Second, the #3 bottle was useless. It is meant to take out 'bigger' scratches, but it didn't work for me. I used the three step process "as is" and saw no difference at all. What made the difference was sanding. I would not purchase the #3 bottle again.
I read that a good technique for sanding is to use 800, 1000, then 1500 grain sandpaper to prepare my headlights for this product. I also read it takes over 2 hours! Another opinion was that all you need to do is use 2000 grain sandpaper and that would save you time. I went that route. I had a little trouble finding the sandpaper as my local hardware store didn't carry it, but wally world had it in the auto section for about $3.
If you have deep scratches or any imperfections you can feel by touch I recommend getting a lower grain sandpaper to buff that out, then wet sanding (sanding with water) with either the 1500 or 2000. This will save you some time, but you could just use the higher grain sandpaper, it will just take longer.
After sanding your headlights, or whatever plastic you are working on, should have an even haze throughout.Read more ›
I used them on my eyeglasses.
I have a vintage pair of semi-translucent cat eye frames (complete with rhinestones) from the fifties that I purchased used about two years ago. After daily use, these frames had started to look pretty dull. I was especially disappointed with the bridge-- it had a sort of filmy appearance. After cleaning my frames and lenses, I tried a bit of No. 2 on a small spot and I thought it helped. I used it all over my frames, but I wanted some more improvement, so I tested and then used No. 3. Wow! After thoroughly and carefully applying no.3 all over and polishing my frames with it, they were really looking remarkably better. After using no.3, I carefully polished them with no.2 a few times. I then cleaned them with no.1.
I was amazed because these glasses now look better than they did when I first purchased them. The plastic has been restored and the filmy appearance is entirely gone. More impressively, after polishing and cleaning, I can now see details I never saw before, like the brand name on the inside of one arm, and the size of the frame.Read more ›
It's not to be used on coated, tinted, and some colored surfaces. Works best on plain clear acrylic surfaces. I use it mostly on auto headlight restoration. I've been using it for long time and prefer over plastic/headlight restore kit sold at auto part stores and any big chain retail stores.
Great on light scratches and blemishes. Will not work on deep scratches or heavily scuffed surfaces. If working on moderate to somewhat heavily damaged surfaces, May need to wet sand with 2000 grit sand paper. Or start with even more coarse 1500 sand paper if heavily damaged. All depends on the conditions and if sanding is feasible.
For minor to light scratches and delicate surfaces, Novus 2 then Novus 1 will work fine.
For most auto head lamp that are yellowed and foggy, I start with
1. 2000 wet sand
2. 3000 wet sand (may skip but makes next step easier)
3. Novus 3 (spend more time if skipping 3000 sanding)
4. Novus 2 (spend some time because this step makes plastic really clear)
5. Novus 1
May have to repeat some steps. Also should use clean microfiber towels only. Don't use paper towel, towel, rags or old shirt.
Clean thoroughly between steps, use separate microfiber towels per each steps to avoid cross contamination. Do not put towels on the ground or any surfaces that may pick up contamination.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this stuff really works!! restores plastic, fast shipping. thanksPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This stuff works miracles. I was using it to get out the haze from an area of a sailplane canopy that had been repaired and wet sanded. Great results!Published 4 days ago by dbdev
I bought this based on a recommendation given to me by a friend of mine. Works wonders. Easy to use and does miraculous job. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mark Schiller
Bought for deep scratches on TV and I guess they are just to deep to fix. Some of the lighter scratches look pretty good. Obviously I didn't expect it to look new again. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I repaired a scratch in a tinted motorcycle windshield that was deep enough to feel with my fingernail. Works great. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Eric Lovgren