Where there are planes, there are surfaces to be cleaned. And if you own one you know there are many substances vying to compromise your craft's exterior and composite parts. Dirt, grime, dust, and anything related can be costly, harmful, and troublesome. Not if you have Plexus.
Your plane is not a plastic bottle, made of cheap and disposable material. Today's plastics (particularly those used in the production of planes) are high tech, lightweight and very strong; however, they can be sensitive and susceptible to scratching, fading and crazing. Plastics have certainly come a long way. And so has the products used to clean them.
Plexus is the premier means of doing so. Why? Because it offers multiple features and benefits:Powerfully cleans plastics without the need of abrasives which can harm surfaces.Seals porous plastic to keep out the gunk for added protection.Efficiently sprays on and wipes off for quick application.Anti-static formula helps plastics stay cleaner longer.
Plexus also has what is known as controlled evaporation or "scavenging." Here's how it works:
First you apply Plexus by spraying it onto the surface. As you start to wipe it away it will actually continue to evaporate or scavenge on its own. This process is considered "controlled" because Plexus is designed to evaporate in a fashion that allows you to work at a reasonable pace. Plexus will not evaporate so quickly that you cannot turn away or stop for a moment. You also don't have to worry about laboriously wiping and wiping and wiping for it to come off.
Sounds like something out of really good science fiction...only its reality.
Want a demonstration? Check out this video (Don't worry about the Japanese characters; the use of Plexus speaks for itself).