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Novus plastic polish - a Godsend
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Post# 374011   6/16/2017 at 00:28 (372 days old) by UniversalDave1 (Gardendale, AL)        

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I'm sure all of you can relate to this. How many times have you found a machine that you have searched high and low for, only to see that the previous owner had not taken decent care of it, and the plastic is dull and scratched? If you have any machines made of plastic, you need to go online and buy some Novus immediately. The stuff can turn fine scratches, and some deeper ones invisible, and it will give the plastic a high luster. I used it on two of my Tacony machines today, and I was THOROUGHLY impressed with the results.

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Post# 374068 , Reply# 1   6/17/2017 at 03:07 (371 days old) by jimjimmunster (Hammond, Ind.)        
Iv had that stuff for aqbout 3 years...

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I use that stuff a lot on hoover parts with one of those red foam buffer things for the drill. It really does hide the scratches.

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