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Have a Polycarbonate windshield? Take a moment and read these quick tips.

The Number 1 Problem with caring for polycarbonate is the use of incorrect cleaners.

Please... never use cleaners containing ammonia. Cleaners such as Windex or 409 will harm your new piece of polycarbonate. Use only products specifically recommended for cleaning polycarbonate, and a soft cloth.

Never use a dry cloth or your hand to clean your polycarbonate! This rubs the dirt and dust into the polycarbonate as much as it rubs it OFF.  (You can look on the internet for cleaning products made for cleaning polycarbonate).

First and foremost, blow the dust or dirt off of your windshield or use water and a soft cloth to float the dirt off. Then use a recommended cleaner to complete the job.

Note: a mild solution of dish detergent from under your kitchen sink and some warm water takes off stubborn dirt easily without harming the polycarbonate.

When in doubt, use water and a soft cloth.


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