T&T Plastic Land

NOVUS 2 FINE SCRATCH REMOVER

$8.75
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Size: 8 fl. oz.

Pickup available at 342 Herzl Street

Usually ready in 4 hours

NOVUS 2 - Fine Scratch Remover

Removes fine scratches, haziness and abrasions from most plastics. With repeated use, NOVUS No. 2 restores faded and discolored plastics.

  • Removes the damage instead of filling it in
  • Buffs out quickly
  • After restoring, seals with a coat of polish
  1. Observe condition of the surface to be treated. The deeper the scratches, the greater the pressure required to remove them. If the surface is dirty, clean with NOVUS No.1 before applying NOVUS No. 2.
  2. Shake well. Test in an inconspicuous area.
  3. Apply NOVUS No. 2 liberally. Using a clean, soft cloth, polish with a firm back-and-forth motion at right angles to the scratches. Keep the cloth saturated with polish at all times.
  4. When the worst scratches have been polished out, reapply NOVUS No.2 uniformly in a circular motion to the entire surface using short, circular strokes and light pressure. Allow to dry to a light haze.
  5. Using a clean portion of the cloth, buff the surface to a slippery glaze using firm, short strokes. This procedure is imperative in achieving the best results.
  6. For heavy scratches, multiple applications of NOVUS No. 2 or application of NOVUS No. 3 may be required.
  7. Follow with NOVUS No. 1 for best results.
Shipping & Returns

Shipping + Returns:

Sheets up to 36" x 48" can be shipped via UPS Ground. Anything larger than 36” x 48” must be picked up in-store.

Most items are in-stock and will ship within 1-2 business days. Same-day shipping is not guaranteed. Business days do not include weekends. We will let you know if any items are out of stock or if there are any other issues that might delay your order.

We do not ship to P.O. Boxes.

Shipping Costs:

Shipping costs are calculated at checkout when you chose your shipping method.

Shipment Tracking:

UPS Ground shipment will generally take 1-7 Days.  Once your items have shipped, you will receive a shipping confirmation e-mail which contains a link to track the shipping progress of your order.

International Shipping:

We do not offer international shipping.

Local Pick-Up:

If you’re located in the NYC area, you may find it easier to pick up your order at our Manhattan location.  When you are in the shopping cart please select In-Store Pickup. Orders for accessories, tools and pre-cut acrylic pieces will be ready same day for pick up if the order is placed before 4:00 pm. 

Size: 8 fl. oz.
CUSTOM CUTS

Don't see the size you need? Have a design you need built? Questions?

We Offer Cut to Size Acrylic

We offer a variety of options for custom projects

We fabricate a wide range of acrylic products to your specifications.
We fabricate a wide range of wood products to your specifications.
Here at T&T Plastic Land we offer CNC routing, and milling.
Here at T&T Plastic Land we offer Laser cutting, and engraving.

⓵ Ready to Order

If you would like to submit an order via our website, try using this online submission form. We do not need technical drawings.

⓶  Send us a Sketch

You can send us a crude sketch, but be sure to include as much detail as possible.  Please include thickness, color, dimensions and quantity.

⓷ Time Frame

Lead times are dependent upon our workflow and the scope of the custom order. If you have a dead line, please include the date.

Acrylic FAQs

Please read our frequently asked questions to find out more.

What is the difference between cast and extruded acrylic?

Most acrylic sheet is manufactured by either extrusion or cell casting.  The benefits to cell casting are small minimums and a higher molecular weight.  This results in a slightly better chemical resistance, heat resistance and clarity.  The disadvantages to cell cast is that thickness tolerance within a sheet can vary. Extruded sheets offer the user less fluctuation in thickness across sheet.

What is the weight of acrylic per square foot?

Please see below.

1/16” (0.060”): 0.35 Lb./SF

1/8” (0.118”): .70 Lb./SF

3/16” (0.177”): 1.10 Lb./SF

¼” (0.220”): 1.35 Lb./SF

3/8” (0.354”): 2.37 Lb./SF

½” (0.472”): 3 Lb./SF

¾” (0.708”): 4.5 Lb./SF

1” (0.944”): 6 Lb./ SF

Is acrylic true to thickness?

No, acrylic is not true to thickness.  Please see below.

Cast Acrylic Tolerances

1/16”: 1.5mm/0.060” Minimum/Maximum: 0.033”-0.084”

1/8”: 3mm/0.118” Minimum/Maximum: 0.078”-0.148”

3/16”: 4.5mm/0.177” Minimum/Maximum: 0.134”-0.204”

¼”: 5.6mm/0.220” Minimum/Maximum: 0.170”- 0.25”

3/8”: 9mm/0.354” Minimum/Maximum: 0.289”- 0.389”

½”: 12mm/0.472” Minimum/Maximum: 0.397”-0.507”

¾”: 18mm/0.708” Minimum/Maximum: 0.619”-0.749”

1”: 24 mm/0.944” Minimum/Maximum: 0.833”-0.993”

Extruded Acrylic Tolerances

1/16”: 1.5mm/0.060” Minimum/Maximum: 0.054”-0.066”

1/8”: 3mm/0.118” Minimum/Maximum: 0.106”-0.130”

3/16”: 4.5mm/0.177” Minimum/Maximum: 0.168”-0.186”

¼”: 5.6mm/0.220” Minimum/Maximum: 0.209”- 0.231”

3/8”: 9mm/0.354” Minimum/Maximum: 0.336”- 0.372”

½”: 12mm/0.472” Minimum/Maximum: 0.448”-0.496”

¾”: 18mm/0.708” Minimum/Maximum: 0.673”-0.743”

1”: 24 mm/0.944” Minimum/Maximum: 0.897”-0.991”

What is the working temperature of acrylic?

Acrylic can be used at temperatures from -30 degrees up to 190 degrees Fahrenheit.  At 190 degrees Fahrenheit acrylic will start to soften or lose its physical properties.

What thicknesses of acrylic do you carry?

We carry 1/16”, 1/8”, 3/16”, ¼”, 3/8”, ½”, ¾”, 1”, 1-1/4”, 1-1/2”, 2” and 3” thick acrylic.

What size sheets of acrylic do you carry?

A standard size sheet is 4’ x 8’. Dependent upon the color and thickness of acrylic we also carry 5’ x 8’, 6’ x 8’ and 4’ x 10’ sheet sizes.