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The stuff home depot sells comes in 2 flavours, 10x stronger then glass and 100x stronger then glass. Both claim to be fade & yellowing free, as well as highly scratch resistent. Again, a little pricy. I don't know about shapping it to fit the curveature of the glass. That seems like it would be really hard to do without the proper equipment for it.
 

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supra_toy said:
take the old glass and put the plexie on top of that and then stick the whole thing in the oven. The plexie (or whatever you decide to use) should conform to the shape of the glass a little extra shaping and trimming to get it just right and you should be good to go.

will
Sounds great in theory :)
 
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