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Plexus 20214-2PK-2PK Plastic Cleaner and Polish - 26 fl. oz., (Pack of 2)

$40.40


Plexus Plastic Cleaner, Protectant & Polish - Autogeek

Monday, October 11, 2010
Plexus a Must for Plexiglass Covered Fine Art!
by A Customer from New Iberia LA USA

Pros: Protects and cleans
Cons: None!
Review: Plexus Plexiglass Cleaner is the one and only to clean pleiglass covered fine art. When art is sent around the country, plexiglass protects. Glass wouldn't make it out of the carrier van. We use Plexus every day to clean the many pieces that cover our art.
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Monday, March 14, 2011
Plexus Plexiglass cleaner
by Steve from Counce TN USA

Pros: Auto headlight lense develop a deterotive film on the outside surface that is diffucult to remove. Plexus cleaner helped some, but did not completely remove the film
Cons: Not abrassive enough
Review: The cleaner did help some what, but did not completely clean the plexiglass. I used the cleaner to remove film from my head lightlense. The cleaner did helpsome but did not remove the film. I applied the gleaner to the lense and to a cleaning cloth attached to a rotary cleaning pad and used to try and polish the film from the lense. The effort was not successful, but did help some, I still have some detoritave film to be removed. Any suggestions??
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Introducing Plexus Plastic Cleaner

Previous Customer Questions For Plexus Plexiglass Cleaner - 13 ounce aerosol can:
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On Sunday, January 09, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
is plexus safe for lexan
A: Yes, there are several reviews posted by customers who have used it successfully on Lexan surfaces.

On Friday, August 27, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
Does Plexus meet the federal specification P-P-560 for plexiglass polishing and cleaning? Does it have a National Stock Number (NSN) assigned?
A: Plexus meets or exceeds PP-560. It does not have a mil-spec as those requirements have basically gone away however they are familiar with PP-560 as they worked with Naval Air Command and used it as their reference for testing.
Plexus 13oz. NSN 7930-01-433-6632  
Plexus 7oz. NSN 7930-01-433-6634

On Saturday, January 02, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
DO YOU STILL SELL THE 3 PAK OF 13OZ CANS OF PLEXUS
A:

We only sell the individual cans or the case of 12 cans.

On Monday, July 13, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Is there any ammonia in Plexus? I cannot use a product that contains any ammonia.
A: Plexus does not contain any ammonia.

On Monday, April 13, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
I was told that plexus was good to protect screens on computers and cell phone with light scratches? is this true?
A: Plexus lists computers as one of the items that will benefit from the use of their product, however they do not have cell phones listed specifically. It is perfect for all plastic/plexiglass surfaces however.

On Sunday, June 29, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
Where is the 7 oz. can listed. I would like to get some for the glove boxes of my vehicles. Plexis is great for cleaning glasses also!!
A:

Plexus is available in the 7 oz. can here.

On Thursday, April 24, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
I'm sorry to bother you again. I was wondering if I could use Plexus on my motorcycle gas tank? What about my tires?
A:

According to the Plexus website, they list the following uses on motorcycles for their cleaner:

  • Face Shields 
  • Helmets 
  • Goggles 
  • M/C Fairings 
  • Saddlebags 
  • Polished Metals 
  • Plated Metals 

 


 

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Monday, March 14, 2011
Plexus Plexiglass cleaner
by Steve from Counce TN USA

Pros: Auto headlight lense develop a deterotive film on the outside surface that is diffucult to remove. Plexus cleaner helped some, but did not completely remove the film
Cons: Not abrassive enough
Review: The cleaner did help some what, but did not completely clean the plexiglass. I used the cleaner to remove film from my head lightlense. The cleaner did helpsome but did not remove the film. I applied the gleaner to the lense and to a cleaning cloth attached to a rotary cleaning pad and used to try and polish the film from the lense. The effort was not successful, but did help some, I still have some detoritave film to be removed. Any suggestions??
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When cleaning plexiglass, it is important not to use any kind of chemical cleaner that contains ammonia since it will harm the plexiglass acrylic. Cleaners such as Windex or 409 should be avoided at all costs. A person should also be careful not to use their bare hand or a dry cloth to clean plexiglass. Any dust or dirt should be blown off, and then a slightly damp, soft cloth can be used with the homemade plexiglass cleaner.