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     Scott Gerwitz
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    I have to dull a piece of acrylic plexi that is going to be covering a large hole in the deck.

    I usually spray an acrylic poly to achieve this.

    But that does not hold up to foot traffic. I never had anyone walk on the windows.

    Anyone have some other solutions that would hold up for a floor?

    Cheers

    Scott

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     EvanWRapp
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    Thinner?

    Not sure if the material you are talking about is the same as what I am thinking. However, I used to flame polish acrylic edges and found out the hard way that denatured alcohol cleans well but acetone will cloud the surface just a bit.

    What about a light scuff with an abrasive pad?

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