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Old 07-03-2018, 06:46 PM   #1
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BMW Cleaner R1

Does anyone know what this is?

Was given to me by a friend, he gets it off a bloke who fits windscreens and says he gets one for every bmw screen he fits.

Ive searched and its some sort of primer/cleaner?

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Old 07-03-2018, 06:50 PM   #2
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Yes, it is a panel wipe type fluid. Made by Wurth IIRC.

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It is a universal cleaner made by Wurth as Peter has said.

Have a look HERE and HERE. (I've used Google to translate).

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i wonder if its meant to be used to wipe the screen before applying the rear view mirror as it contains several sensors, headlight assist and anti fog, pretty sure any fog sensor is actually stuck to the glass....
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I had something similar with an Alfa windscreen and it was supplied to wipe the crud off after installation. Which it did.

It also did a good job on the dirty handprints of the monkey who put it in.

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