Cessna 182 Window Haze

1 month 2 days ago #3105 by STEVE ELLS
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Hi John,
If you talking about a whitish area of one of your Cessna windows, as far as I know that can't be removed.
But if you talking about paint over spray, tiny surface pitting caused by dust and sand, or just general hazey vision through your windshield, that can almost always be polished out.
Aircraft Spruce and Specialty (aircraftspruce.com) stocks a variety of kits.
I have the Scratch Off kit and it has everything in need.
All of the damage or blockage is in the surface layer.
With a few common tools and a series of finer and finer abrasives the surface layer (and all the tiny imperfections can be safely removed.
The Scratch Off kit has easy to follow directions.
You can get more tips on YouTube.


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1 month 2 days ago #3104 by John Robinson
Cessna 182 Window Haze was created by John Robinson
Folks have been doing lots of internet research to remove the haze from the windows of my 182Q. Most info I find is very outdated. Any experience here is appreciated.

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