- Product Details
- Plastic scratch cleaner
Many of our customers complained about their convertible's rear screen clouding and discolouring, so we introduced our Plastic Polish. Suitable for all plastic windows, perspex screens, lights etc, you will be suprised how good it works. Great for plastic garden furniture and crash helmet visors too. We are being asked more and more by owners of light aircraft, boat and yacht owners whether the plastic cleaner can be used on their canopies and portholes and the answer is yes, in fact we are suppliers to a number of airports and chandlers.
- Technical Info
- Apply with a clean soft polishing cloth
- Use small quantities of Plastic Window Polish working with circular motions in small areas a little at a time
- Allow Plastic Window Polish to dry then with a clean soft cloth polish off using circular movements
- Apply to both interior and exterior of windowDon’t
- Forget to shake the bottle thoroughly prior to use
- Allow the Plastic Window Polish to come into contact with materials or the fabric that surrounds the window
Why does my screen, canopy or porthole cloud up?
For convertible cars every time the soft-top is folded microscopic scratches are formed on the windows plastic (perspex) rear screen which causes the window to look cloudy and difficult to see through.
For light aircraft the high speed of dust, rain and hail hitting the canopy is enough to ensure is isn't long before scratches hinder vision - particularly in strong sunlight.
For boat windows plastic and yacht portholes, salt water erosion is the biggest culprit.
- Renovo International is based in Haywards Heath, in Sussex England.
Owned and managed by Patrick Coghlan, a car enthusiast himself, the company has a range of six car care products that have proved to be highly effective in their application, so much so that some are used in widely diverse areas - boat, aircraft and awning restoration to name just a few.
The Reviver range is available in Black, Dark Blue, Green, Brown and Dark Red to match your car, whether it's an Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, MG, TVR, Porsche or Jaguar.
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