Here is another product: I have been meaning to pick up another bottle (ours is spent), but just never seem to make it down to the South Bay (below LA). It is: Seapower plastic polish, stock no. SPP-1. The manufacturer's info is: Seapower Marine Products, a division of T.R. Industries, 1022 Vulcan St., South Gate, CA 90280, 213/923-0838. I used this product to restore some of my wife's plastic snowdomes from the 60's and 70's and think that it's main use is on windshields and fiberglass boats. We have auto shops much closer and I will try to locate one of the other products mentioned above. I had always wanted to try the Seapower out as a CD polish and perhaps the others will work for this application. Anyone try this? Supertrain: The TT Factory is great, Joel is a super guy. I asked him about the funky/cool photos in his ads and the story is that he collects vintage Mod clothing. One day he decided to wear an outfit to the shop, just for fun, and the customers liked it a lot. Guess he has been doing this ever since. We should offer him a buying tour of Hollywood, if he ever makes it out here, as this stuff is quite inexpensive at many of the used and retro shops in our area (my wife got a hoot out of his photos). Diehard collectors are usually good/funny people just like most audiophiles, from my experience, and make interesting friends.