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Thread: Water Spots Audi B8 Windshield Surround

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    Default Water Spots Audi B8 Windshield Surround



    WTF?

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    Is that on the actual glass? or does the B8 have a rubber surround that goes around the edges

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    Quote Originally Posted by Average_Jerk View Post
    Is that on the actual glass? or does the B8 have a rubber surround that goes around the edges
    Rubber surround thing.

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    A little bit of vinegar on a rag should take that off. Rinse thoroughly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlyons617 View Post
    A little bit of vinegar on a rag should take that off. Rinse thoroughly.
    And when it comes back just repeat? I guess I didn't really say what the problem is. Getting them off is easy, keeping them from coming back is the issue.

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    people say the oils found in peanut butter keep the rubber protected. not sure what products out there offer the same protection....unless you want to smear and clear peanut butter on a test area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeCamber View Post
    people say the oils found in peanut butter keep the rubber protected. not sure what products out there offer the same protection....unless you want to smear and clear peanut butter on a test area.
    smooth, chunky or super chunky?

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    I thought I heard that linseed oil works too.

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    plastidip the whole car. Should fix problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNeek View Post
    smooth, chunky or super chunky?
    couldnt say, im a smuckers goober guy.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 525iT_Feen View Post
    plastidip the whole car. Should fix problem.
    Yeah thats what I did on my weatherstripping and it is black and hasnt given any problems.

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