Never use a dry cloth or duster, or glass-cleaning solutions, on Plexiglas. To clean Plexiglas, first flood it with water to wash off as much dirt as possible. Next, use your bare hand, with plenty of water, to feel and dislodge any caked dirt or mud. A soft, grit-free Yacht Brite Microfiber Towel may then be used with a nonabrasive soap or detergent. A soft sponge, kept clean for this purpose, is excellent. Blot and dry with a clean, damp Yacht Brite Microfiber Towel.
Do not use solvents such as acetone, silicone spray, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, fire extinguisher fluid, dry-cleaning fluid or lacquer thinner on Plexiglas, since they attack the surface. Remove fine scratches with Yacht Brite Pro Polish, followed by Yacht Brite Serious Shine. To remove deeper scratches, use Yacht Brite Buff Magic with a machine buffer at low RPM, 1,000 or less. This should be done by an experienced professional.
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