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08-03-2004 03:25 PM
RichH
Dodger window spots

Use 3M or Maguires - "Clear Vinyl Cleaner" followed by "Clear Vinyl Polish". Buy them in an auto supply store. Used to clean/polish vinyl windows of Jeeps and convertibles.

The spots are probably either air-pollution deposits or "artillery fungus". Both are usually worse during prolonged periods of wet weather.
08-03-2004 02:23 PM
bob_walden
Dodger window spots

You might try plastic polish. Try it on a small corner first. If it looks like it won''t harm the window, then try using it to gently rub out the spots.

bw
08-03-2004 12:09 PM
aflanigan
Dodger window spots

If you''re seeing black spots on your dodger windows, it''s time to give up drinking absinthe and switch to ouzo.

Allen Flanigan
08-03-2004 05:49 AM
mrb2222
Dodger window spots

I can''t find an answer in the archive to this one.

My clear windows in the dodger have black spots on them. They don''t rub off and I tried a mild cleaner and that didn''t work.

Anyone know what this could be and how I might get them removed?

Thanks!

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