water spots on glass

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  1. delete-Z

    delete-Z Veteran Member

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    how do you get water spots out of the glass,like on door glass or rear window glass? it is from hard water in arizona! just will not come out!:confused: :(
     
  2. delete-Z

    delete-Z Veteran Member

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  3. fast12

    fast12 Veteran Member

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    I use Water spot remover from Malco. malcopro.com 300-753-0361
    This stuff is easy to use and works great:bowtie:
     
  4. c120cut

    c120cut Member

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    lime away or crl somtime jet dry will work
     
  5. firebird69racer

    firebird69racer Veteran Member

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    I have used a clay bar on mine. Worked great. I use it with window cleaner not the detail spray that comes with it, and don't use it on your paint afterwords.
     
  6. wiseryder

    wiseryder Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  7. alphaenvirmgt

    alphaenvirmgt Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    You can clean outside of windows using XXXX or XXXXX steel wool. Rub lightly. Will also work on inside but not if have aftermarket tint!
    Conrad
     
  8. vfitom2aol.com

    vfitom2aol.com Veteran Member

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    Steel wool is what I use also.
     
  9. fbody_mike

    fbody_mike Veteran Member

    Bon Ami. GM used to recommend it in the owners manual. I used it on my daily driver to get rid of all the crud that windex couldn't touch.
     
  10. rs454

    rs454 Veteran Member

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    if you use the steel wool method be sure to use ALOT OF GLASS CLEANER..even though 4and 5x is very fine it may still scratch the glass...:happy:
     

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