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Old 22-10-2019, 01:13 PM   #11
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I had a similar issue on my Leon. Beekeepers Friend has already been mentioned (can get in Tesco) or I have found a Magic Eraser to be just as good and a lot less messy.

Only thing is the Magic Eraser cleans the screen so well that you see little chips that you hadn't noticed before catching the sun
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Old 22-10-2019, 01:24 PM   #12
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indeed, strong stuff.

My lsp is gone for sure.

Apply using a sponge maybe or cloth. It IS safe for paint but dont leav eit on.
But the OP might have an LSP they want to preserve and it would be almost impossible to get the TFR jsut on the windscreen and no were else when applying and rinsing, remember we are talking about the OP's car in this case.
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barkeepers friend in a paste as advised. Rinse the whole area for ages after to make sure it’s not left on the paint.
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