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Thread: Water Spots on Windows that wont go away

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    Default Water Spots on Windows that wont go away

    One of my windows on my car has some water spot that I cant just get rid of. I have tried every glass cleaner I can get. What can I use to get them off. I heard a fine steelwool will do it as well as a mild clay bar but am kind of leary to use them on glass

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    white vinegar will do it as well as amaz glass polish.

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    Okay I will look around for the glass polish if I cant find it I will use the white vinegar. should I mix it with water and if so how much?

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    I used straight vinegsr applied with a mister bottle. Try yo keep it off paint. Its not harmful to paint but it ruins a fresh wax job.

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    #000 or #0000 Steel wool or an agressive claybar will not harm glass. More often than not, I find myself using a regular straight razor blade for nasty water spots on windows.

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    Get some Griotz fine glass polish. It contains Cerium Oxide which is a very fine glass polish.

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    Yup steel wool. It will not ruin the window

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    Steel wool.

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