Windscreen & Canopy Cleaner
What is Cleen Screen
Cleen Screen is a cutting edge Aviation Grade windscreen and canopy cleaner.
What Does It Do
Cleen Screen is used to remove marks, smudges and bug spots from windscreens, canopies, paintwork and plastics. Cleen Screen’s anti-static properties also help stop dust, dirt and lint sticking to cleaned surfaces. This reduces frequency of and time spent on cleaning.
Cleen Screen will not leave a film that could produce optical distortion or halo effect.
Cleen Screen also has a rejuvenating effect on cleaned surfaces.
Where Can It Be Used
Cleen Screen is primarily intended for cleaning aircraft windscreens and canopies. It is the Aviation Industry's windshield cleaner of choice for both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters. Cleen Screen is safe to apply on any hard surface (e.g. Perspex, Polycarbonate, Alloys, Vinyl and Paint), with the same cleaning and rejuvenating effects.
It's unique formulation makes it equally useful and safe on aircraft surfaces such as leading edges, gear legs and rotor blades.
How Do I Use It
Use the spray bottle to mist Cleen Screen on to the surface to be cleaned and then buff dry with a soft clean cotton cloth. Windscreen clean!
On surfaces with dust present, blow or brush dry particles from surface before using.
Is It Safe To Use
Cleen Screen is environmentally friendly and non-toxic. It is free from solvents, alcohol, ammonia, phosphates, petrochemicals, scents and dyes. Furthermore, Cleen Screen is non-flammable and non-hazardous, and as such can safely be carried on aircraft.
It does not attack or degrade surfaces, unlike solvent-based products, which may compromise the original mechanical properties. It complies with the requirements of WorkSafe Australia for non-hazardous substances/solutions. It does not have special requirements for handling or storage.
How/Where do I store it
Cleen Screen is environmentally safe and non-toxic. Hence there are no special storage requirements.
Approvals / specifications
Cleen Screen is approved for Aircraft use in Australia under Engineering Order 2290