You might try Ceriglass, made by Carpro which is available from many detailing retailers. It is an abrasive glass compound and can be used by hand or on a polishing machine with the dedicated applicators/pads.Macan forum wrote: ↑Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:46 pmSunshine at last today, low in the sky reveals the horror story of a combination of a poor quality ice scraper and perhaps being a little over-zealous scraping the ice off when late and cold in the very early morning starts this winter.
Any suggestions for the best remedy product to use? I’m assuming they can be polished out.
There’s so many products out there, it’s hard to know what may be effective and what is expansive snake oil.
Thanks in advance for any tips.
I have used it and it will remove minor marks but it does take a while and so a bottle/sprayer to mist with water will keep the compound and pad from drying out. There are many videos on YouTube. Hope that helps.
Alternatively £100 excess and a replacement windscreen and all that entails.....