Sometimes Streaking Isn’t Fun
There’s nothing worse than riding down the road at night with a windshield that has a glare or streaking to it from not being properly taken care of.
Motorcycle windshields are made of various types of plastic, not glass. This makes them much more sensitive to cleaners than your car windshield. Glass cleaners generally contain ammonia or alcohol which can be very damaging to plastic. If you use a glass cleaner over time, it can cause your windshield to streak or peel. You can see in the picture labeled ‘Glass Cleaner’ the damage it can leave over time.
Hunter’s Bug Kutter on the other hand, was specifically designed with your windshield in mind. It does not contain alcohol and will not ruin the plastic. Hunter’s Bug Kutter will not leave streaks and will not cause any damage to your windshield. It is also safe on all other parts of your bike. In fact, over time it will protect and seal your windshield with each use. Plastic windshields naturally have small pores and Hunter’s Bug Kutter works to seal these pores. While protecting your windshield, this will also make it easier to remove bugs over time. The picture labeled ‘Hunter’s Bug Kutter’ was taken on May 15, 2018, and shows a properly cared-for 2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster windshield.
Your Bike Needs Protection Too
We’ve also heard some customers say they’ve used glass cleaner for their denim/matte paint. Although it will work to clean the bike, it will not leave behind any protective layer. Since you cannot wax a denim finish, it is important to use a product that will leave protection without tarnishing the quality of your paint.
Hunter’s Bug Kutter is completely safe and works to seal the pores of your matte paint, the same way it works to protect your windshield. It makes it easy to remove bugs and grime without polishing your paint. If you want to maintain the integrity of your denim paint bike, the choice is clear. Hunter’s Bug Kutter is the best product on the market.
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