Originally Posted by dznf0g
So I was a little upset that the nylon bike cover for my tongue mounted bike rack had gotten loose and abraded the surface of the smoked plexi center window protector. I stood there, contemplating what would be the best product to try and "buff" it out. I decided to start conservatively and pulled down the McGuires cleaner wax.
The GREAT news is, it took out the micro-scratching wonderfully! The unexpected find is that auto wax leaves a fantastically clean finish with the same slippery water beading finish that it does on paint. I would suppose it would help with bug cleaning as well.
Maybe this is old news to some of you, but I hadn't ever even thought of it before.
I had trouble getting my smoked plexi clean after a good bug killing trip and found a product made by Bluemagic that is a plastic and plexiglass cleaner and light scratch remover.
On a side note, their bottle says to use their metal polish to achieve a "brilliant shine" . I haven't tried that yet but they say the metal polish is 100% non abrasive.
The stuff I used worked fine for what I needed and shined it up nicely.
I've never tried cleaner wax on plexi, glad it solved your problem.