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Old 06-12-2012, 06:45 PM   #1
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Cluster lens cleaning..help?

Well so far I've tried using water,glass cleaner with a microfiber towel. I'm still managing to streak and spot up the lens on the instrument cluster.

What do y'all use to keep it looking fresh without leaving marks all over it? I usually just use a damp edge of a towel. Any suggestions??
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I just use a lint free cloth on mine
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Water mixed with vinegar doesn't leave streaks. That's what I use on the glass. I think the piece you are talking about is plastic though. Not sure what vinegar does to plastic
Probably nothing but you might want to check. If it doesn't harm plastic then that should work.
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I'll look into it. Appreciate it
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I used some stuff my buddy used called invisable glass. That worked pretty good.
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