Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Blythewood, SC, 29016
I buffed very deep scratches out of the expensive front windsheild of the 57 succesfully. It is slow, tiring from holding a shaking drill hard against the glass, and VERY messy. I would advise replacing cheap glass, and only using the polishing setup on date coded or expensive glass. Find out what a local shop will charge to buff it for you if you decide to buff, because the mess and cost of the kit may be less than no mess and more for someone else to do it. I am happy with my results, but thought I would never clean the orange goo up.
57 Plymouth Savoy in my family since new, jsut cosmetically restored, 93 S-10 waiting on the 305 out of Angie's 69 RS/SS, Angie's mechanic