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Old 08-18-2011, 11:54 PM   #11
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I think before a Sharpee- which is permanent....
I'll try a Vis a Vis- water based pen- used them in my classroom overhead.....
and if I can remember to bring my camera out...and shoot a before and after pictures...
Sunglasses I wear right now are not polarized....may have to invest in a pair to see if
that helps...alot of people have mentioned that suggestion.....
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Polarized sunglasses are great. Especially if you do a lot of driving. I just recently got a pair of prescription sunglasses that are polarized. They make a huge difference to the amount of glare from a hazy windshield, glare from a shiny dash, and reflection from other cars. One thing I noticed about mine is that I see a weird checkerboard pattern on some windows. I usually see it in the rear windows of cars, and the side windows of my parents' Impala.
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Problem with the Lacrosee is "veiling glare"!
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A member named Gearhead....hit it right on the nail.....Shadows and ghosts are caused by
veiling glare!
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post pics of this car i looooove the new buicks
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