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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    not bad bro, may pics ka?
    1st post

    search mo lang kay Jack Ma. anniversary sale nila in about 5hrs. baka discounted yan

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    #12
    Nyak oo nga pala DIY: polishing light scratches on windshield using Cerium OxideDIY: polishing light scratches on windshield using Cerium Oxide

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    #13
    Thank you for this post, I was able to get rid of the annoying scratch on the windshield. I just wonder why the cerium oxide that I have has a different color than the one posted earlier.



    I don't know what's the purpose of the sandpaper set but it's part of the package that I bought.

    I believe either of these two should be sufficient.



    I soaked the polisher first with water, just playing it safe so that I'm assured that it won't get dry.

    After that, I dipped it on the cerium oxide and started polishing the windshield.

    I couldn't get a good shot of the windshield but here it is.



    Finally, the link of the product together with the instructions.

    https://shopee.ph/treeling.ph/1533630581?v=cab

    Again, thank you for sharing this. DIY: polishing light scratches on windshield using Cerium Oxide

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Archerfish View Post
    Thank you for this post, I was able to get rid of the annoying scratch on the windshield. I just wonder why the cerium oxide that I have has a different color than the one posted earlier.



    I don't know what's the purpose of the sandpaper set but it's part of the package that I bought.

    I believe either of these two should be sufficient.



    I soaked the polisher first with water, just playing it safe so that I'm assured that it won't get dry.

    After that, I dipped it on the cerium oxide and started polishing the windshield.

    I couldn't get a good shot of the windshield but here it is.



    Finally, the link of the product together with the instructions.

    https://shopee.ph/treeling.ph/1533630581?v=cab

    Again, thank you for sharing this. DIY: polishing light scratches on windshield using Cerium Oxide
    Awesome work & sharing, good brother!DIY: polishing light scratches on windshield using Cerium Oxide

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    #15
    may nakasubok na sa inyo grinder ang gamit instead of drill?


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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    may nakasubok na sa inyo grinder ang gamit instead of drill?


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    Masyado yata mabilis ang rotation ng grinder.. dapat polisher

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