- Dec 6, 2013
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I tried doing a bit of searching (Google, here), but with unsatisfactory results. How does one go about cleaning of dust from clear plastics of toy packaging — bubbles, windows, etc.? I've tried methods I thought of in the past only to end up scratching the plastic. A local vintage toy dealer uses Windex. Not sure how I feel about that. Heck, I even have modern toys laying around I just want to clean the dust off. Big thing is, I have a vintage, decently valuable, Barbie that I want to sell, but the plastic window is covered with a film of dust. Seems a clean window would attract more bidders?