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This may be a repost, but then again, I'm probably the only knucklehead who ever tried the eraser on the end of a pencil to clean his Starshield.

When nothing else works, not water, not Bug & Tar remover...try GENTLY rubbing the spot with the eraser. Not for too long either.

Make sure the eraser is clean.

If you rub too hard or for too long you'll probably put a hole in the Starshield.

Most spots go away. :D
 

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I don't know whether it is a home remedy, but my car is such a lemon, when I need a glass of lemonade, I just use the windshield spray and it sprays lemonade...
 

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You mean I didn't have to replace it? Now you tell me.... several hundreds of dollars later. Oh well. Now I know for next time.
 

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yeah, but, A-xxx, a replaced starshield looks sooo much better! no panty lines now LOL!! glad i replaced mine!
 

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I don't know whether it is a home remedy, but my car is such a lemon, when I need a glass of lemonade, I just use the windshield spray and it sprays lemonade...
Just take the pencil, and write a check for a new Lotus.

Perhaps it's time...:D
 

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You mean I didn't have to replace it? Now you tell me.... several hundreds of dollars later. Oh well. Now I know for next time.
At some point you have to break up with your Starshield and get a new one...:up:

NIce to know that there are many places to get one.

In L.A. at Mulholland Motor Sports. Julio will fix you right up...
 
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