Maintaining your boats windows is not difficult, but there are a few considerations to keep in mind. Eisenglass, Plexiglass, Lexan, Acrylics and clear vinyl, require care when cleaning to prevent scratching. Never rub the surface with a dry cloth. Excessive rubbing builds up a static charge on the plastics that will attract dust. Never use any soap or glass cleaner that is not made for clear vinyl or plastics… it will cause scratching and crazing of windscreen. Never use any product containing ammonia, bleach, oxalic acids or excessive alcohol or wax as this will cause irreparable damage. Always be sure to use a cleaner-preservative made for clear vinyl and plastics such as Skippers “Klear-To-Sea”.
Spray on Skippers “Klear-To-Sea” liberally; rub well with clean dry cloth. Minor scratches will be greatly improved over subsequent applications.
“Klear-To-Sea” is formulated primarily for marine windscreens – however, it can also be used for your boats interior cleaning, including upholstery, fabric, plastic and leather. When used as an upholstery cleaner, it is recommended that “Klear-To-Sea” be sprayed on surface and allowed to remain on surface for approximately two minutes allowing the chemical action to penetrate and break up soil – after two minutes of chemical action, simply wipe surface clean.
For cleaning windscreens and windows, it is NOT necessary to allow any time for chemical action – recommend to spray and wipe immediately after spraying windscreens since there is no porous surface that needs to be penetrated on windscreens.
Shake well before use. Point valve opening toward
object to be sprayed, holding about 8 to 12 inches away. Press button –
spray and wipe clean. Polish with clean dry cloth.
REMEMBER, “Klear-To-Sea” is a maintenance product.
When used correctly and periodically it WILL EXTEND THE LIFE of all clear
flexible vinyl, polycarbonate, Lexan and acrylic surfaces.
Available in 4 convenient sizes: 19 oz. Aerosol, 16 oz. Trigger, 1 Quart Refill & 1 Gallon Refill