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    How best to clean the plastic back window

    I am referring of course to the zipped window of the soft top. I am sure I have heard of a propriety cleaner that makes a wondrous improvement to the clarity of the window. Can anyone remember what it is?

    Also while you experts are online, is 'Autosol' the best cleaner for stainless or can you recommend something better?

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    Robert,

    Renovo do a plastic windo cleaner. Never tried it. There is also someone on eBay selling something. Never tried that either.

    Have you tried T-cut? It may not work on all types of plastic window, but it may be worth trying it in the corner. The plastic window in my soft top is easily 20-years old and as clear as glass. I use ordinary car polish (Auto Glym) on it every year, inside and out.

    Autosol is good for stainless.

    Dave
    Dave
    1974 Mk2, ZF Auto, 3.45 Diff, Datsun Driveshafts. Stag owner/maintainer since 1989.

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      Robert 2 Stags wrote:
      Also while you experts are online, is 'Autosol' the best cleaner for stainless or can you recommend something better?
      I have had no problems in usingAutosol on stainless, but as it is an all round metal polish, you may find a specific one better.


      Gez.

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        Hi guys - my own solution is to use Autoglym Metal Polish - sounds weird but it works brilliantly, and while you're there you can clean your chrome bumbers too!

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          Well, T Cut has done the trick. (None of the 3 Autpglym stockists in my area had the metal polish in stock)

          There must have been an accumulation of grime that ordinary glass window cleaner would not touch. Using T Cut with a fair amount of elbow grease has removed the grime and left me with an almost completely clear back window.

          The funny thing was, the grime was on the INSIDE surface not the exterior! Thank you all for your help and suggestions.

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            Robert 2 Stags wrote:
            Well, T Cut has done the trick. (None of the 3 Autpglym stockists in my area had the metal polish in stock)

            There must have been an accumulation of grime that ordinary glass window cleaner would not touch. Using T Cut with a fair amount of elbow grease has removed the grime and left me with an almost completely clear back window.

            The funny thing was, the grime was on the INSIDE surface not the exterior! Thank you all for your help and suggestions.
            I love it when I hear a successful outcome . That's what is so great about these forums. Rapid response to problems that someone else has experienced and resolved before. Can save a fortune.

            Dave
            Dave
            1974 Mk2, ZF Auto, 3.45 Diff, Datsun Driveshafts. Stag owner/maintainer since 1989.

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