Plastic Clean Shine 8 Oz Cd Dvd Windshield Boat Aquarium Airplane Acrylic Part on 2040-parts.com
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Plastic Clean Shine 8 oz CD DVD Windshield Boat Aquarium Airplane Acrylic Part
Gently cleans all plastics without scratching. Leaves a lustrous shine that resists fogging, repels dust and eliminates static.
- Great for cleaning CD/DVD, motorcycle windshields, boats, airplanes, aquariums and all acrylic products
- Contains no abrasives or harsh chemicals
- Leaves a smooth, clean, greaseless shine and resists finger prints
- Cleans all plastics
- Industry leader since 1973
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