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11-08-2011 10:28 AM
vjw0307 yep, the stuff you buy to take the grimey haze off of the lenses. I'll check to see what brand I used when I get home and let you know. Spent about an hour scrubbing the inside and outside of the 2 side windows and back window. Before I cleaned them, I couldn't even see through them to back out...came out looking like new.
11-08-2011 10:14 AM
Temple
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Originally Posted by vjw0307 View Post
I used a headlight cleaner on my soft windows...was AMAZED at how well it worked...I can actually see out of them now! Does a great job of "de-hazing" them and removes minor scratches!
Now are you talking about the cleaner for the headlight lenses?
11-08-2011 10:12 AM
Temple
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Originally Posted by deadwalkinsammy View Post
What about zep window cleaner for vinyl windows, I would imagine that would work good...
Small world, i own a carwash and that is what brand of soap we use. I'll ask my soap rep.
11-08-2011 06:55 AM
deadwalkinsammy What about zep window cleaner for vinyl windows, I would imagine that would work good...
11-08-2011 06:52 AM
RandyTJ
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Originally Posted by Bordr329 View Post
Clean with soapy water, spray on pledge, lighly buff to white glazed look, grab new cloth, buff, enjoy the lemony freshness
Same here..........also wipe down your dash and door panels with the pledge rag...........smell the freshness!
11-08-2011 06:46 AM
vjw0307 I used a headlight cleaner on my soft windows...was AMAZED at how well it worked...I can actually see out of them now! Does a great job of "de-hazing" them and removes minor scratches!
11-08-2011 06:17 AM
Temple Thanks everybody
11-04-2011 12:32 PM
Timido We use to use Pledge or Honda Clean in the spray cans on Motorcycle fairings and windshield Worked great
11-04-2011 11:08 AM
Dogman
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Originally Posted by PurpleTJ View Post
McSomethin's "Plastix". Autozone has it. I found out about it here on JF somewhere, and it works great. I just used it like a week ago. No discoloring, and the windows are now much clearer. I have pics in my build but they don't do much justice.
It's Meguiar's Plastx. I got some of that and I like the Pledge better. But, to each his own
11-04-2011 11:02 AM
Dogman I use it every once in a while after cleaning my windows up really good with soap and water. Make sure they're dry then hit them with the Pledge (the orange is my favorite).
11-04-2011 11:02 AM
PurpleTJ McSomethin's "Plastix". Autozone has it. I found out about it here on JF somewhere, and it works great. I just used it like a week ago. No discoloring, and the windows are now much clearer. I have pics in my build but they don't do much justice.
11-04-2011 10:48 AM
hustler905 There are different Pledges out there.

I would not use yellow, but orange Pledge leaves a lot less wax residue and has a citrus based cleaner in it. I have used that a few times before storing my windows and it works great.
11-04-2011 10:29 AM
FelonyTJ Best Top vinyl window cleaner?
11-04-2011 10:12 AM
danielbuck I used pledge on a long trip across the US and back, it clears up the windows pretty good, but as mentioned, it doesn't really seem to last very long (more than a week or two for sure, but not a long time). I rinsed mine with warm water and a clean towel to get all the grit off, then once it was dry I used pledge and a small cloth, it seemed to work real good, and does make it fairly easy to quickly whipe off any dust or dirt that gets on there afterwords... for a little while anyway. Pledge is pretty cheap though, and you can get it just about anywhere, so that's nice.
11-04-2011 09:44 AM
Bordr329 Clean with soapy water, spray on pledge, lighly buff to white glazed look, grab new cloth, buff, enjoy the lemony freshness
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