Hi Scotty. Three weeks ago I purchased a new 2018 Honda HR-V AWD EX. I've done a lot of great…

Randy

Hi Scotty. Three weeks ago I purchased a new 2018 Honda HR-V AWD EX. I've done a lot of great upgrading to it already, such as quality Hikari LED headlights, Hikari LED backup lights, and Hikari LED lighting throughout the vehicle, Noico 80mil butyl sound deadening sheets on the hood, roof, hatch, and cargo and spare tire area (rest of the cabin and doors to come when time permits, lol), oh, and on top of the thin aluminium muffler heat shield (that made a big difference and I don't even hear the muffler any more). Additionally, I've thoroughly waxed it, TWICE, lol, and cleaned the interior with Maguiars vinyl/rubber protectant, and the glass with Armor-all's glass cleaner (the only product from Armor-All that I like). However, with that said, I've cleaned the interior of the windows at least 4 or 5 times already due to a haze, and the windows continues to develope that thin haze rather rapidly from the offgassing of the interior plastics and rubber. Do you have any niffty magic remedies to stop or significantly reduce offgassing and/or the haze on the inside of the glass? How long does it take a vehicle to stop offgassing?

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Randy
Randy

There's no link here? There's a link to walmart in my email, but when I click on it, it says "server not found". I've seen your video of using NuFinish on the outside of the windshield, is that what you use on the inside too?

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

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I polish them with this stuff