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Soft top rear window cleaner

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by bruce&kim, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. bruce&kim

    bruce&kim Zorg Legend
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    not sure if anyone else has tried wd40 on the rear window but it works a treat
     
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  2. badman gee

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    I just use quick detailer watered down
     
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  3. badman gee

    badman gee Guest

    And a few other concoctions!
     
  4. GazHyde

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    Is it just as a general cleaner, or does it help with the hazing/scratches.

    I normally use Autoglym SRP to clean mine as it reduces the small scratches in the plastic.
     
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  5. badman gee

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    You can get better stuff than srp that doesn't contain fillers.
     
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    BMG, I'm putting a brand new window in so please expand on your post. I'd like the window to outlive me, if possible. JIM
     
  7. bruce&kim

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    It worked well for me Gaz mine was scratch free but had a line from folding etc ..it removed that as well as the fogging
     
  8. badman gee

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    Greygate plastic polish is very good, it removes any light scratches.

    Meguires plastRX is good as well.

    The graygate seems to be slightly more abrasive than the meguires.

    Both are very good and are designed for plastics.

    Ensure you use a fine microfibre cloth when working on the window.

    And of course make sure the cloth is new or very clean.
     
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