Yeah, still need a lot of patience with it. Really good at removing foggy-ness from glass. You can buy the cerium oxide from amazon. People say you can use an attachment to a portable drill to buff with, but that would drive me crazy, too damn slow. I'm using it with either my automotive buffer or my small air buffing tool, much more RPM. There are videos on youtube on how to do it, you have to keep it wet to some degree but not dilute it too much, make it into a paste. But then it dries and you spray on a little more water. I'm not great at it, but it works better than anything else I've found.
Anyway, check youtube under cerium oxide polishing, ton of videos.
BTW, the powder is cheap, like $10, this should be cheap to do, just crazy labor intensive. I've never heard of sanding the glass before polishing, interesting, but never tried that.
Last edited by Paul Bell; Sat May 29 2021 03:56 PM.