I have used the Meguiars clear plastics products for about 3 years and they are great. It will take out small scratches, cloudiness, bugs, you name it. I use it on the instrument panel, headlights and other ligh lenses. I also have used it several times on plexiglass window panels in custom audio installs. The best way to keep them looking good is to wax the plastic surfaces along with the rest of your car. Obviously if the lenses are textured that isn't going to work, but if it's smooth like the headlights, just wax away. The wax will make removing the bugs and other debris much easier next time you wash...ChicagoTRS said:I have heard this stuff works:
CLEAR PLASTIC & WINDOW TINTING
Maintaining clear plastics and window tinting is a delicate matter. These materials can easily scratch and lose their original clarity. We highly recommend the use of Meguiar's Mirror Glaze Clear Plastic Cleaner Polish to safely remove surface contaminants and gently restore optic clarity. Use it on window tinting, convertible rear windows, instrument panel lenses, helmet face shields, sun glasses and hundreds of other clear plastic surfaces.
Alcohol would help remove sticky substances, but has no "grit" at all. More of a lubricant than a cleaning compound.dallastrepid said:My friend told me to use alcohol but it didnt work. But if yall say toothpaste works Ill try it.