I NEED TO REMOVE SPRAY PROTECTANT FROM INTERIOR WINDSHIELD. ANY HELP OUT THERE? I’VE TRIED STONERS GLASS, WAX, OOOO STEEL WOOL, AND BABY POWDER WITH NO LUCK. HELP PLEASE. George Eckert III
George you have experience the off-gassing of a poor product onto your interior windscreen!
Many over the counter products will do this over time, and it’s annoying. My method to this madness is to use full strength 91% Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) in a spray bottle and several towels; never using the same side of the towel more than once. Break the area you need to clean into sections and clean. Your towels will remove the product onto them, so don’t reuse that side of the towel again. Depending upon how bad it is, you may have to do more than one application of this method. Once you get the product off the glass, get it off your dash. This will take some time to properly remove all the imbedded product. Spray your towel with IPA and wipe. This might have a drying effect to your vinyl, but you can use ONR to help restore some of the drying effects. I like to use ONR (diluted 2oz/32oz distilled water) for my interior dash cleaning and protection. I also like 1Z cockpit premium for cleaning and protection. Both leave a matte finish, and don’t leave the horrid hard to remove off gassing.
Let us know how that cleaning works out, I’m sure you will need to swear a few times so keep the kids out of the area!!!