I use Meguiars also for most of my cleaning & protective sprays, didn't know it was also sold by Mopar...the best overall plastic glass cleaner (use on plastic cockpit windows on planes and Porsches) --- is Plexus.
i just used the Meguir's Plasticx product. i wasnt as impressed as i was hoping to be. from reading a few peoples posts on here about it, it seemed like it was a miracle worker.
im not saying it didnt work, it did make my windows look good, but just not as good as i was expecting. it cleaned it up, and made it appear more transparent and clear, but it didnt seem to get rid of the scratches like some people claimed.
Dana 44 Front 60 Rear
TeraFlex - LCG Max Kit, SYE, 2-Low Kit, High Steer Kit w HD Tie Rod, Dual Rate S/T Sway Bar
FAB Tech Front Bumper
Poison Spider - Fenders, Roll Cage
37x12.50x17 Pro Comp Mud on 17" Pro Comp Steels
just a little "fyi" that i recently learned from jerry bransford, don't use paper towels on plastic windows b/c they are made of a wood product and they will ruin your windows over time. use a cotton cloth.
Windex on plastic that is transparent is a no no. Use it enough and it will turn your transparent windows to translucent white fogged plastic. I use dish washing detergent and water. An old jeeper that I know swears by it. His clear windows on his OLD jeep look in real good shape. I would use the plexus if mine were scratched up just to see if it improved it's condition. Best to try and not to get it to that point. For mine, simple soap and water will do. AND IT IS CHEAP!
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