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If they're not too deep you could probably use a polishing kit that you can get for lenses etc. That's the only thing I can think of. Not too sure how well or of they're suitable for plastics though.
 

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When I used to own a valeting firm, we often tidied up caravans, and the polycarbonate windows on them scratch very easily, but that also means they clean easily.

We used a couple of products.

One is called Xerapol, this is good, but don't used an orbital polisher or polishing mop on a drill as you will scratch it even mire.

The other thing we used is jewellers rouge, which is a cutting paste.

This company is used by the RAF and Navy

http://www.greygate.com/

They do a plastic polish paste :smthumbup
 

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When I used to own a valeting firm, we often tidied up caravans, and the polycarbonate windows on them scratch very easily, but that also means they clean easily.

We used a couple of products.

One is called Xerapol, this is good, but don't used an orbital polisher or polishing mop on a drill as you will scratch it even mire.

The other thing we used is jewellers rouge, which is a cutting paste.

This company is used by the RAF and Navy

http://www.greygate.com/

They do a plastic polish paste :smthumbup
:smthumbup
 
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