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 Post subject: Clear as Glass!
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Anyone here use this Plexus Plastic Cleaner? I stopped by the bike shop on the way home yesterday to see what they had for cleaning the face shield on the new helmet I bought a couple of months ago. This is what they showed me, so I bought a can. First off....this stuff is EXPENSIVE! :shock: Almost $30 for the can.
Anyway, I figured I'd give it a shot, so I tried it on the windshield first. WOW....what a difference. Windshield looks brand new...clear as it could be(I had been using regular glass cleaner). So I went on and used it on the face shield, and it cleaned it right up, no smears, scratches, distortion...nuttin! The face shield on this helmet was always clear, and I had not cleaned it at all since I bought it. It even sheds water pretty well, but it had gotten a little smudgy on the inside....mostly from me screamin at other drivers....I tend to spit a little, apparently.... :blush:

Anyway, just wanted to pass along this info on this product. It's high dollar, but the can should last me a couple of years...maybe. :ok:

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 Post subject: Re: Clear as Glass!
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Water and an old t-shirt is what I use but that stuff sounds worth it.

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When I bought my '83 it had a nasty smear across the center of the windshield. I decided someone had swung the corner of a cardboard box across it. I used Meguiar's PlastX cleaner and polish. It cleared that up along with several other small imperfections. It still looks like new today.
Considerably cheaper at around around 8 bucks.
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I wonder if either one of those would work to clear this flakey stuff off the Burb taillights. Pep Boys had no ideas.
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It looks a lot worse in real life.

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I have ued the plexus for a long time. it has a way of getting rid of minor scratches and nicks on the windshield. I love the stuff. It is kinda pricey but a whole lot cheaper than a new shield.

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I have been using Plexis for about two years and I love it! But....$30!! :shock: I am sure I paid $19.99 at Honda for mine.

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