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Postby Biker2 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:20 am

The small amount of soap in the water acts as a surfactant, increasing lubricity and lowering surface tension.

The amonia and alchohol in windex will attack most adhesives used on any kind of sticker.

Alchohol and amonia will also attack some types of plastic as well, leaching vital things out of the plastic that keep them flexible and impact resistant. In time clear plastic windscreens and helmet shields will become brittle and at the extreme will show crazing.....

To be safe, don't use windex on plastic, any type, vinyl included. Glass only.
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