Dashboard Stains

I bought a piece of clear window film (flex-o-glass) to cover the dashboard of my new Murano to protect it from my dog's claws. It was left on for several days and when I removed it it appeared the vinyl had darkened slightly wherever there was contact. As the film has a slightly tacky feel (it sticks to itself slightly) either there was a transfer of the surface coating or a chemical reaction between the two plastics. Water will not remove the stain, but I haven't tried anything else until I hear from the "experts." Can anything be done to remove the stain? Thanks. Frank P.S. This is not the same type of plastic sheeting used in drop cloths.
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It may well be a chemical migration between the two plastics, especially if it was in the hot sun. If that is the case, nothing will remove it. I'd not use a solvent based cleaner as it can make it even worse. Something like 409 may be OK. You may want to contact the company for some ideas. Contact Information Flex-O-Glass, Inc. Film Div. 1100 N. Cicero Ave. Chicago IL 60651 United States 773-379-7878 (phone)
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You might try parking it in the hot sun and hope the problem bakes away.

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