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Old 07-09-2020, 08:39 AM   #1
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DIY: Clean and Waterproof your convertible top

Put together a DIY on cleaning and weatherproofing the convertible top on my Boxster 986. I did this a year ago, so the video also gives a little bit of product review too.

https://youtu.be/e-efGzzefRE

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Another great video, Aaron. Thank you.

Have you considered a DIY employing the three-part NOVUS product... to polish up the rear window? I'd be most interested in seeing the product used on the inside of the window where, I find, those "marks" can be quite challenging.

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Another great video, Aaron. Thank you.

Have you considered a DIY employing the three-part NOVUS product... to polish up the rear window? I'd be most interested in seeing the product used on the inside of the window where, I find, those "marks" can be quite challenging.

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Thank you!

I haven’t heard of that product, but if they would like to send it to me I’d be happy to make a DIY/Review
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Another great video, Aaron. Thank you.

Have you considered a DIY employing the three-part NOVUS product... to polish up the rear window? I'd be most interested in seeing the product used on the inside of the window where, I find, those "marks" can be quite challenging.

Cheers!
I haven't used NOVUS on the rear window, however, if you have a question on the product, I use it weekly on the acrylic tubes of hyperbaric chambers.

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