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So I ordered up my vented hard coat polycarbonate windshield and I was wondering what are the proper care for them is without scratching them up. Also wondering if anyone out there dare run a wiper on one.
 

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I am under the impression that ammonia is what will cloud up anything plastic. There is ammonia in windex I think so don't use it on your none glass windshields. I don't think a wiper would be a great idea . My 2 cents FWIW.
 

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Spray it down, and soap & water is what ive heard is the best.
 

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I also need cleaning info. Because I have hard water. My well is near a limestone bed and water spots are a big problem. Not tried any window cleaners yet.
Any input for this matter would be great!
 

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I talked to UTV HQ, since i have there hard coated Vented windshield, they recommened just using soap & water and microfiber towel.
 

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I keep a spray bottle with Rain X windshield washer fluid in it. I have been using it on helmet visors and goggles for years.
 

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Ordered the same one. How do you like yours? Anything about it you don't like?
Love it, nothing i dont like about it, Super easy to intall and the Vent is really nice, should be very nice during the summer time.
 
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Seems like i had read not to use Rainx on lexan, but maybe im wrong.
 

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Maybe a Super Soaker water Gun, lol
 

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hahaha, kinda like a portale pressure washer really huh?
 

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Thinking ahead I picked up one of those small pesticide or fertilizer sprayers that you pressurize by pumping the handle, to carry in my bed box. We use them at the mud drags. Work pretty good. Spray off big stuff then can wipe clean.
 

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I was wondering if invisible glass was ok to use on the polycarbonate. That stuff is pretty good.
You can even apply a coat of rain x since it last longer than invisible glass but if you clean it often then just stick with invisible glass. Can't go wrong with either one.
 

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Im a crop duster, and we have used Pledge before, and it works good unless your windshield is really buggy. A lot of guys swear by using Pledge.
So is my grandma, haha
 
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