Question from the old boy, who in a brainless moment tried to see how much fuel he had in his tank while still holding down the lever to make it flow, resulting in a small and apparently rather embarassing spray of fuel erupting all around him as it hit the lip inside the tank. Was only just up the road from home, so washed it all off quickly with water, dried the seat with some paper towel, paid and rushed home to do a proper job. Everything is ok, except a few splashes on the inside of the windscreen he didnt see, which have left a couple of cloudy spots on the screen, ever so slightly damaging the outer surface. He attacked them rather brutally with a soft cloth and then polished it with plexus. It seems as long as the polish lasts, you cant see the spots at all, so thats good - he is getting a heavier polish today. Does anyone have any suggestion for how to repair it longer term? Is it even possible to repair fuel damaged plastic like that?