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Novus, the best plastic window cleaner ever... wow, just wow


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I'd seen this stuff before, and forgotten about it until a post by Chris_In_NH regarding the cleaning. I'd been using Plexus and Flitz (a metal polish) for a long time and figured I'd gotten my window as clean as it would ever get after the P.O. had mistreated it...

so last month I get a good scratch because I was careless scrubbing the canvas so I ordered the 1-2-3 kit and it came, the rain in NE finally lets up so I wash the car, dry it, and go to work on the window

starting with #2 (the middle abrasive) I see how well it can do, after 5 minutes of rubbing and letting it dry I wipe it off and **** 95% of all the previous scratches are gone and my mini-gouge is mostly gone... good enough that I don't bother with #3 because I don't see the point

went over it with #1 which seems very much like the Plexus I'm used to, then I went over the inside with #2 and #1 again

the window is so damned clear now that I can see my finger smudges on the lexan windscreen between the rollbars, I can see dust specs in the carpeting of the engine cover... this stuff is amazing

now to use it on my Audi's headlights!

(thanks Chris for mentioning it)

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  • 11 months later...
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I got it from amazon, I bought the smaller 1,2,3 kit

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/104-3...o.y=0&Go=Go

I have the Novus 1-2-3 and also the Meguiar's #17 and #10. I prefer the Meguiar's products. First, use the cleaner. Second, use the polish.

Your mileage may vary of course - the Plexus worked well for me too, but I found that I had to go over it many times to acheive the same result the Meguiar's acheived in one application.

John

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