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Alternative to "Klear To See"

Does anyone know of an alternative to "Klear to See" for maintaining the plastic windows in dodgers and the like. Possibly something that will restore the surface.
Cam, how about "Miracle Cloth" ?
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Ebs...no miracle cloths for that. But the admiral recommends MEGUIARS different polishes/cleaners. If surface is foggy and LIGHTLY scratched try these steps:
1. Wash with mild soap and SOFT cloth and rinse.
2. Use meguiars #17 cleaner...keep out of direct sunlight
3. Use meguiars #10 polish...ditto on sunlight
4. Finish with meguiars plastic spray on detailer. And use to keep refresheshed occasionally.
West marine carries them but the site below will save you 30% and it is THE MANUFACTURER's site. Another good one for West!!
http://www.meguiars.com/estore/produ...ectionID=58101
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Thanks, Cam Admiral. I tried Miracle Cloth and am quite impressed. If the cloth lasts as long as the package says I'll be really impressed and the price ($7.99 at West) will be worth it.
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