- Your first step is get some 600 grit sandpaper, 800 grit if you can but 600 will work. You can find these in your local hardware store.
- Now go to any car shop or Wall-Mart for some car polish. You know, like Turtle Wax or some other similar stuff. You don't even need the best of best. Just generic ones will do. I bought a rather large bottle (preferably in soft solid form, not liquid form).
- Take your canopy or other clear parts that needs cleaning. First, use a hobby knife and scrape off the damaged or needed to clean up area. Be ULTRA careful with this part! If you accidentally remove a chunk, then it's all over!!! Then take your 600 or 800 grit paper and start sanding until the canopy area is smooth and and a cloudy opaque form.
- Now it's time for the car wax. Dapple a bit on a soft clean slightly wet cloth and start rubbing the cloudy area of the canopy gently with a back and forth motion for about five minutes, afterward rinse with warm water. If you are not satisfied with the result, repeat the process until you are satisfied. Take a look at the canopy or any other clear part, it should look good as new!
Edited by Gigant, 19 April 2018 - 03:30 AM.