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Hi from Manchester England. Just bought a GL1500SE yesterday. Its been raining all day today so have not been able to go out on it. Well fed up.

Can anyone help with a problem with the windshield (windscreen) which has got some adhesive on from some stickers that have been removed. Is there any solvent that is safe to use on the polycarbonate screen that will clean it but will not damage it.

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Mild soap (no abrasives) and water, let it soak. If you can take the windshield off and let is soak in your tub, it works best. Dawn dish soap comes to mind. After that you can use several plastic cleaners. The idea is not to rub so hard your going to add scratches. That is why the soaking and mild soap idea.



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The above answer to your question looks really good and I concur. I've heard about people ruining windshields. I normally clean mine with a washcloth and hot soapy water. I have used the Honda spray cleaner with out any problems. But I've never tried to remove sticker goo.
 

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Goo Gone will take off the glue, and it has never harmed anything else in all the bottles I have used of that stuff.
 

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welcome to the forum terry nice to have more UK members, try autoglym window cleaner that should do the job with a bit of elbow grease.
 

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Just to let you know that I removed most of the glue with a product called, you might guess, "sticky stuff remover", from Mykal Industries Ltd, www.desolvit.com. Seems to work quite well.
Just got back from a 2200 mile trip to the South of Spain (Andalusia) from Manchester, 2 day ferry Portsmouth to Bilboa then 700 mile trip to our destination in Teba. Brilliant place, beer 1 euro a bottle and meals in the restaurants averaging 10 euro. I was told that prices on the coast 40 miles away were 3 euro a beer, which is a bit steep.
Roads in Spain were quite spectacular, deserted away from the big cities and billiard table tarmac, even on small provincial roads.
El Chorro near Ardales is a gorge well worth seeing, through which the railway sequences of "Von Ryan's Express" were filmed, where Frank Sinatra as Von Ryan, was shot by the Nazis. Spectacular.
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