Plas-TecŪ cleans, shines, and protects todays high-tech plastics. Plas-TecŪ is a non-aggressive, optically clear cleaner that lifts fingerprints and smudges, leaving a protective, anti-static coating that resests dirt build-up. Plas-TecŪ is excellent for use on acrylic sheet, Lexan windshields and windows as well as aircraft instrument panels. Also an effective cleaner for computer screens, scanners, copiers, laptops, phones, TV and video equipment, dashboards, snowmobiles, golf carts, soft top windows, convertible car tops, goggles, sunglasses, and many other applications.
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it works. also good for getting bugs off composite prop
Purchased both the 4oz & 16oz for use on my motorcycle windscreen. The small one stays on the bike and the larger for the garage. I had been using Tends which is no longer available and this is a perfect match or better. Very happy with the product & performance!
It works good to clean the dried bugs off the windscreen and leave a slick easy to clean surface.
Have used this for years. Cleans great. Leaves protective coating that makes bug clean up easy. No scratches. Great stuff.
Have used this for years it works.
We use this product on our agricultural aircraft, often flying back through our swath dressing the ends of fields, or starting on the wrong side of a field, it works great to clean the windshield or bubble, leaving a protective coating that cleans much easier next cleaning and the bugs dont stick as bad. Also works good on the aircraft that have glass and plexi windshields.
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