Glass is much harder than polycarbonate, so be cognizant that a highly abrasive cleaner may impair any anti-glare/reflective coating and instil scratches.You might like to try Glass Polish by Autoglym. It might help remove the scratches. It was designed for windscreens, windows the rear screens.
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You're the man - appreciate that...Not fingernail catching depth, just light abrasion, but I am beyond OCD about anything on my cars - like probably everyone else on this particular forum...thanks again.Hey Scat,
I see you are Joisey guy. Take at look at the link, Car Care Specialties - Search.
Larry is located in Lodi, NJ. I have visited him many times and buy my bulk stuff from him. While he does not carry Novo he does carry the Renovo plastic window polish. I use it on my plastic dash lens. It is really an effective cleaner/polish. Remember, if you can catch you finger nail in the scratch it is deep and could require major correction.
At $13.00/30ml bottle it may seem expensive but it goes a very long way.