Eastwood sells a product or maybe it's JC Whitney made for just a purpose.
On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, William Zehring wrote:
> Dear all:
> I thought it might be appropriate to make this inquiry here. My question
> is one of technique and materials and isn't marque specific so I sort of
> thought it fit into the 'shoptalk' format. I'm restoring a 1971 TVR 2500.
> It used the rear lights off of the Cortina, MkII (and is therefore now made
> of unobtanium). I'm trying to re-furbish the units; they're actually in
> pretty good shape but... does anyone have any advice on cleaning up
> plastic lenses? Mine are a bit scratched and dull; is there a very mild
> polish or very fine grit grinding agent that can be used on plastic? Any
> comments or advice on this idea would be greatly appreciated.
> Will Zehring
> p.s. also; any advice on not taking this restoration too seriously would be
> appreciated as well. I'm starting to suspect that I've gone over the top,
> worrying about these tail lights. ;-)