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In this question about removing scratches on clear part, all the answers are guesses and untried concepts.

I could start flagging all of them as non-constructive or should somebody clean this up and mention that guesses are not a good answer?

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I've protected it and added the standard "We're looking for long answers that provide some explanation and context. Don't just give a one-line answer" message.

There were some potentially useful (if untried) suggestions, which I've moved into the comments.

Cheers.

Edit to add:

That said, a little googling suggests that the last answer should be a good bet: Novus does appear to be a good fit for polycarbonate plastic - which is what the transparent bricks are made from...

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There are 'never tried it' answers that still provide some value, based on knowledge about how the problems is typically solved in other arenas. I took a stab at this question with that in mind and while there could be more a authoritative answer the general problem of plastic removal in scratches does not have only one type of solution.

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