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PLEXUS® AIRCRAFT PLASTIC CLEANER
CANADA VERSION

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Note: This version is intended for sale in Canada only. Hazardous label requirements are bi-lingual. For USA and rest of world version, see Alternate Items tab

Plexus® was developed for use in aviation, specifically for cleaning and protecting aircraft windshields and painted surfaces. Its quite simply the most effective product you can buy for cleaning, polishing and protecting all clear and colored plastics and painted surfaces.

Plexus® is easier to use, and leaves a noticeably cleaner, more lustrous finish than conventional polishes. It protects by actually sealing the pores in plastic making it more resistant to debris, oil, bugs or scratches. And because its anti-static, it repels dust and lint. Its perfect for windshields and the leading edges of the wings, as well as for removing exhaust stains and cleaning wheel wells.

Also, Plexus® polishes without harmful abrasives. It leaves an invisible, micro-thin layer of wax without smears or smudges. It dries to a crystal clear luster, leaving no oily, sticky or tacky residue. Its the ultimate detailer for your aircraft.

Plexus® contains no CFCs, so its safe for the environment. And because its an aerosol, there is virtually no waste.

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Great product!

Paul G
July 1, 2017

Did not harm my plexiglass windows at all and actually left them looking great! Dont use papertowel remember! Bug guts just melt away after about 30 seconds of soak time and a couple wipes because of the waxy nature of some of the compounds in the product, and even using this all along the wing leading edges of a painted fabric aircraft made the bugs wash off quickly when I didnt have access to soap and water! Leaves a nice waxy protective coat too to keep my beautiful airplane shiny! Good stuff!

Ryan
May 13, 2017

Marc S
May 7, 2017

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