How do I remove insect spray on my Plexiglas gold cart window?

by Ralph

  5 answers
  • Sandy Sandy on Jan 14, 2019

    Try wd40, spray and wait one minute, then see if that worked

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 14, 2019

    Hi Ralph,

    No sure if it will do the job, but have you thought to try, WD-40 or Toothpaste or ask plexiglass supplier what they suggest or use!

  • Rebecca Taylor Rebecca Taylor on Jan 14, 2019

    Hi Ralph, here is what you do.

    Step 1

    Fill a spray bottle with 2 cups water, 1 cup white vinegar and 4 drops dish soap. Shake the bottle to mix ingredients.

    Step 2

    Mist the spray over the Plexiglas surface and scrub the Plexiglas gently with a cleaning rag. Continue across the plexiglass until all bug spray is removed.

    Step 3

    Allow the Plexiglas to air dry. The combination of vinegar and dish soap cuts through the bug spray and leaves behind no residue.

  • JoAnne JoAnne on Jan 15, 2019

    Most cleaners will attack your Plexiglass(acrylic) so use soapy water like Dawn, Palmolive, etc. WD40 should be ok but the hazing (attacking) will not be immediate. I would test in a small inconspicuous area and see. Vinegar is a acid so again test in a small area.

  • Mix baby shampoo with vinegar and warm water in a spray bottle or bucket. If using a spray bottle, shake well to combine. Spray on stains. Using light pressure, gently scrub at the bug residue with your rag or sponge.