Windshield polishing

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Winger 82

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Don't know if this is the right place for this post, but when cleaning/polishing my windshield on the wing I have been using Lemon Pledge and it seems to work fairly well, usually do it twice on both sides each time I do it. I have been hearing about this product called Plexus recently and was wondering how many of you use this product ? does it work as good as they say it does ? and who might carry this on their shelves
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I have used Plexis for years. It works great!

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Plexus will be in the high-end bike shops and maybe small aircraft supplies. It works well, but it quite pricey. I started just using Original Bike Spirits, which is the same as the old Honda spray cleaner/polish.
 

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1981 GL1100 Innerstate("The Turd"), 1996 GL1500 Innerstate
I've used Plexus before also, and it works excellent! It made the windscreen on the 1100 look like brand spankin new. Worked just as well on the faceshield on my helmet, too. It IS very expensive, imho. Just couldn't justify the price for the end use...it doesn't last that long, considering. It is a good product, tho. :yes:
 

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Just don't try any abrasive polish on Lexan (polycarbonite) as they are coated, and the polish will damage the coating and ruin the windshield.
 

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