Use 210 polish now but the price went up. Read Pledge furniture works but is hard to buff out? Looking for something from a regular auto parts store I can just go in and buy. Thanks for your input!
On my 92 1500 and 01 1800 all I ever used besides soap and water was Pledge. It did a better job than the Honda spray which is also a great product. Both bikes had 112k and 46k miles before leaving my garage to the unknown. Actually sold the 1500 for $200 less than what I paid for it some 8 years earlier and with that money bought the 01 which was totaled in 05. Both bikes look like knew until the lady ran over the 1800. No I was not on it. It was parked.I've been looking into this as well. Nothing tried yet, but did read about Pledge.
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Pledge does that for me. Runs off the windshield so good that it is a nuisance when it comes over the top.I wash mine with good ole soap and water.................And then when I wax my bike (which is usually every time it rains, I sit in my garage and give her a total wax'ing that also includes the windshield....SO
When I get caught in the rain while I'm riding, the rain water on my shield just rolls off...............
I'm looking for getting scratches out.Are you looking for polish or a cleaner? For cleaning, Pledge works very well, just don't wipe in circles as that's what creates the swirls that make seeing at night difficult. For polishing, Plexis is great for cleaning and polishing (about $30 a can, so not cheap), but other products like Meguiars PlastX works also.
I've been using 210 for about 15 years. Tried Plexus but it always leaves a film. Don't like it. Probably okay for the body that you do not have to look through, not good enough for me on the windshield.Use 210 polish now but the price went up. Read Pledge furniture works but is hard to buff out? Looking for something from a regular auto parts store I can just go in and buy. Thanks for your input!