Perspex Super Clean Help, Secret Cleaning Remedies For Perspex

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happy max | 10:07 Thu 13th Jun 2013 | How it Works
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I have sheets off perspex with masking tape, glue, spray mount, scuff marks and residue, I would love to get them back to their original spotless state but don't know how, what products to use or anything.

Can anyone dispense any possible wisdom they may have.

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You could try surgical spirit. But would test on a corner first.
if the perspex is scuffed ie.damaged then it will probably never be viable to remove the damage, other wise try a suitable solvent but as mxyzptlk said, try it on an unseen bit as a tester.
What is the perspex being used for, if it is thick and just being used as a work surface you could even try an electric orbital sander.
If it is clear perspex as used in windows, I doubt that you will get it back to a new condition. You may be interested in the following:-

That's strange. I watched the You Tube video before posting and it worked but now it doesn't seem to.

Try You Tube and 'bump-in' ...Cleaning Perspex. There are a number of videos on the subject.

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cheers guys, i'll try these out :)

RATTER15, the perspex is 8mm thick, I do have spare perspex so I will try the sander out on that :) thanks a bunch guys,

and if anyone else has any other ideas keep them coming ;) really appreciate it
There is a product called Meguiar's PlastX Plastic Polish (available from amazon) which promises to restore the new look of all kinds of clear plastics.

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