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The best product I have found for cleaning the windshield on my 1988 GL 1500 SE is "Invisible Glass". It's available in a can ofwipes, (tissues)or a spray can. I get mine from Walmart but I'm sure it's available in other outlets also. It is also excellent for cleaning your car winshield & windows,computer monitor, TV screen, your GPS. Anything that resembles a window. It gets the bugs or anything else that attaches to the windshield and it leaves no streaks. I carry, on my bike,several wipes in a plastic baggie.

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roscoepc wrote:
Two words... Lemon Pledge...:cool:[/quote

+1 2 &3. Pledge on everything on bike.
 

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When I put my Cee Bailey on I called them and asked about what's best to use: Soapy water! They said anything with a chemical or propellent in it could, over time, cause problems.

I filled a spray bottle with water and some Dawn dish soap. Works like a charm with microfiber towels, never paper!
 

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Well, I guess we all have our favorite.
 

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I don't know the name of it, it is whatever my wife uses around the house for windows. I carry the aerosol can and a micro-fiber wiht me all the time.
 
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