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Polishing Bimini vinyl

I'd like to hear from members who have polished and removed minor scratches from dodger and bimini windows. What's the best product; Maguiar, Mothers, Novus, etc. Thanks
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Not supposed to use it on strataglass, but I have. Eisenglass is okay. Works well.


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My wife sewed Strataglass into all the windows on our dodger, connectors and bimini. We use I Mar Staratglass polish regularly (every three weeks) on it and it is kept just like new. ater beads on it just like rainex on a car windshield.

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Have used maguirs for a number of years. Seems to be working fine...


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