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Polycarbonate makes up the plate of the HUD, it's the reflective coating on the plate that actual makes is work.Oh gosh yes, I'd never touch/smear with fingers.
Curious to know what material its actually made from. I might have to use a cloth for spectacles etc and see how that works.
hes asking for the heads up display in the uk not the cluster clear plasticdo a search here - there were a couple of articles that went deep into cleaning and fixing any scratches. Just cleaned mine two days ago - I always use a couple of wet naps (the kinds you use for babies/etc.). I use the first one to tap on the plastic to pick up the dust and wet the surface then use the second one to wipe everything off. The plastic is very easy to scratch and I'd stay away from anything dry including brushes. Just make sure to use good quality wipes that do not leave any lint behind.
The Head Up Display is electrically operated - it opens/retracts at the push of a button. I have no need to touch it.I don't know how you can use the HU unless you touch it??
Yes and no.do you use HUD that much?
When you get your CRV, you will notice that the HUD closing "door" doesnt sit completely snug/flush with the upper housing, so sadly, dust and other particles will manage to sneak in! Grrrrr!I picked up some air duster cans from the pound shop I will give them a try
Your right about dust most modern cars seem to be dust magnets