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Water spots on speedometer glass inside (from condensation)

Is it easy to remove and clean? Iam a detail freak and the dried water spots take away from the ultimate detail job. Thank you!

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Just spend a little time. And unscrew some of the bolts. Around it and. And just let it air out. It should be that much work.

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