I have the BMW stock windshield. I use Plexus to clean it, but it fogs up just about every time I take it out. And, it shows fingerprints and smudges badly. What should I use to clean the windshield?
At least you didn't have to tell it any lies and promise to call it the next day.BecketMa said:I've tried the hot towels--never seems to get the bugs off.
One time I had the shield off while working on my LT. It was time to stop, take a shower and do other things.
So. I figured maybe a nice hot steamy shower might loosen up some of the bugs. It was strange taking a shower with my windshield. But, it worked getting rid of more of the bugs.
I dried it off, placed it in my hallway leading to the garage and promptly forgot about it. Late that nite, I went down the hallway to the laundry room, and tripped over it. Guess I got it to clean to see in the semi dark end of the hallway?
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I went over to Grapevine Honda to buy some of the Honda Spray Cleaner and Polish. Asked the parts guy (Trey) if it was ok for windshields, and he said "It used to be". According to him (and he has been there for a while), Honda decided to stop making the stuff a couple years ago. They sold the formula to Amrep, who sell it as Original Bike Spirits Spray Cleaner and Polish.Road_King said:Honda Spray Cleaner and Polish. It will clean off all the bugs and the windshield will be sparkling clean. It will also clean and polish the bike. Best thing Honda came up with.
I use ammonia free window cleaner followed by a nice coat of wax on the windscreen, front and back.Ddallison said:I have the BMW stock windshield. I use Plexus to clean it, but it fogs up just about every time I take it out. And, it shows fingerprints and smudges badly. What should I use to clean the windshield?