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Old 03-31-2015, 08:05 PM
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Any recommendations for cleaners for the windshield and the clear vinyl sides and rear portions of the Sunbrella. Have used All Kleer on the windshield and it seems to work but wondering what other products that are designed for golf cart windshields.
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Any recommendations for cleaners for the windshield and the clear vinyl sides and rear portions of the Sunbrella. Have used All Kleer on the windshield and it seems to work but wondering what other products that are designed for golf cart windshields.

The Villages Golf stores have spray products for this purpose.
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Plain water and microfiber cloth
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We bought a new cart at Carts and Clubs and they told us to use Lemon Pledge.
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Carts and Clubs told us to use Lemon Pledge too on the windshield. It made the windshield very difficult to see out of at night. I used windex and a washcloth, much better.
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We use lemon Pledge as well on the windshield. It works great! You do have to rub in on so that it will not smear but it does work. It is also great when the rain hits it as it beads off nicely.

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You may want to check out these:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiF9rgfEsOw

40934 210 Plastic Cleaner/Polish - 14 oz.
by Camco from Amazon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j-gR5YE6J4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpSYGQA6spI
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I found a product - Novus Plastic Clean and Shine that works fabulously on my golf cart windshield. I think I bought it at Lowe's. Its not expensive and works GREAT.
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The rep @Village carts told us 3 yrs. ago; a spray bottle with a 50/50 mix of H2O & white vinegar, wipe off with a micro fiber cloth, paper can scratch the acrylic.
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We use lemon Pledge as well on the windshield. It works great! You do have to rub in on so that it will not smear but it does work. It is also great when the rain hits it as it beads off nicely.
I have used lemon Pledge on all of my aircraft windows for the past 40 years. I too will use it on my golf cart windows.
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The rep @Village carts told us 3 yrs. ago; a spray bottle with a 50/50 mix of H2O & white vinegar, wipe off with a micro fiber cloth, paper can scratch the acrylic.
Isn't this also the ideal mixture for cleaning splatted lovebugs off your vehicle?
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Isn't this also the ideal mixture for cleaning splatted lovebugs off your vehicle?
Yes it is!
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Never ever use Windex unless it is without ammonia. The scratches and cloudiness will develop and ruin it. Use lemon Pledge as stated.
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Isn't this also the ideal mixture for cleaning splatted lovebugs off your vehicle?
Yes it is, a dual purpose homemade solution!
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