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O/T Plexus Plastic Cleaner

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by T/C, Jun 3, 2008.

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  1. T/C

    T/C TS Member

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    Anyone know of any local chain stores that carry Plexus? It's some good stuff for my glasses. I bought a can at a state shoot years ago but can't seem to find it anywhere except on line. Thanks in advance, T.
     
  2. Trapdog1

    Trapdog1 TS Member

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    Go to a local a four wheel drive shop or check a couple of the on line off road sites.
    Jeep drivers love it for cleaning the side and back windows of their soft tops.
    Four Wheel Parts Warehouse is one place you might look.
     
  3. Rem870TB

    Rem870TB Active Member

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    I use it on the windshield of my Yamaha FJR1300.

    I buy it at the motorcycle dealership.
     
  4. hounddog41@charter.net

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    I believe that you can buy it at a Harley shop or I bought it at a Honda Yamaha ATV shop. alex
     
  5. NU2Shooting1027

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    Not sure where you are, but if you have a Boater's World or West Marine they should have it. I know for a fact that Boater's World carries it, not 100% sure about West Marine.

    Allan
     
  6. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    The product I think works the best is called " Novus" It comes in two bottles marked # 1 and # 2, one is to remove the fine scratch's and the other is the finishing product. I buy it at Harley dealers parts dept. It is inexpensive and will last a long time
     
  7. Dan Patoyian

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    You could use Speed Clean, www.speedclean.us its safe for all your stuff, I use it on my glasses, gun stock, and a bunch of other things.
     
  8. trim tab

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    Works well on gun stocks. Little goes long ways.
     
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