Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner contains diminishing abrasives that blend away surface imperfections to restore clarity to your lens covers. As they work, they gradually diminish under the friction of the pad until they are completely gone. Therefore, they will not abrade the plastic. The polish is water-based and has a very low solvent content.
Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner is formulated to be used with an electric drill and a 4” light cutting pad. Select the orange pad, the drill adapter, and the 2 ¾” backing plate. If using a cordless drill, use the highest setting. If using an electric drill, use the lowest setting.
If you prefer to use a polisher, select the appropriate backing plate. We recommend you work at a speed no greater than 1500 RPM with a circular polisher. If you are using a dual action polisher, set your maximum speed to 5000 OPM. Polish until the cleaner begins to dry. Buff away the residue with a microfiber towel.
Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner is step one in a two part lens clarifying system. Once you’ve polished your lens covers, step two is Wolfgang Plastik Lens Glaze. The surface may be slightly rough following polishing with the yellow pad. This is normal. Wolfgang Plastik Lens Glaze is a fine finishing polish that will smooth the surface of the plastic and restore the optimum clarity to your lenses. Use it with a 4” gray pad. For exceptional results, seal your restored lenses with Wolfgang Plastik Surface Sealant. It will lock in the shine and clarity you’ve just created, or you can apply it to a new vehicle to prevent future damage.
Before Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner.
Use a 4" orange pad to work Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner into the headlight.
After Wolfgang Plastik Lens Cleaner.
Caution: This product is not recommended for motorcycle windshields, visors, or clear vinyl windows. Step 2 Wolfgang Pastik Lens Glaze can be used on these surfaces.