"The phone is a remarkably complex, simple device, and very rarely ever needs repairs, once you fix them." - Dan/Panther
Started by NYFED, July 10, 2009, 03:15:42 PM
Quote from: Dennis Markham on August 06, 2010, 10:03:55 AMNovus #1 is a fine, finish polish that comes in a spray pump-style bottle. It is a "final" polish. #2 is the medium grit polish and the I use most of the time. #3 has a much grittier feel to it and is for deeper scratches. I have found that I use mostly #2. I buy #2 in a half gallon bottle and it lasts me quite a while. I have only used one full 8oz bottle of #3 and rarely bring out the #1. My recommendation would be to spend your money on a larger bottle (8oz) of #2 rather than pay for the set of three. A little goes a long way. If you really get into polishing up phones you might want to consider buying the polish in larger quantities. I think that Novus was initially developed as a way to remove or improve automotive lenses that have fogged over or discolored from age. Things such as colored overhead light lenses on emergency vehicles, etc. At least that's one use that their web sites boasts.http://www.novuspolish.com/
Quote from: Dennis Markham on August 06, 2010, 11:15:26 AMActually Doug, the spray is #1 and the heavier polish is #3. I could never figure that one out either. You'd think the numbers would start with #1 as the "big gun" followed by #2 and then the finish spray as #3.
Quote from: NetdewtMy 302 handset is pretty faded but smooth. Is there any way to get it back to black? I have not used the buffer with Novus 2 on it yet. I was thinking maybe I need to re dye it or something.
Quote from: DavePEI on September 18, 2012, 08:17:34 PMHi All:For years, I have bought my Novus at local auto glass shops. They use it to buff and remove scratches from plastic headlight and other lenses. I have found that just about any glass shop around here sells it.Dave