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Old 07-12-2004, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to know what a good way to clean windows is. At night there are tons of little spots on my windsheild but I am not sure if these are pits or spots on the window.


Also how do you get wax off or rubber and plastic side molding?
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Old 07-12-2004, 12:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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do a search for my name in this section... i posted a bunch of good links.


as for drying windows so they are spot free... old newspapers work best
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Try Gel-gloss from Home Depot or similar store.
It'll rub pretty much everything off your glass and leave a very smooth, silky finish. Unless the spots are actually pits.

If they're tree sap, try "Goof off" or "Goo gone".

What are you using to clean your windows now?
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Looking at my front glass really closely its full of tiny pits.
Looks like there is a wind sheild in my near future unless there is something I can use to get by a little longer.

I was using some type of glass cleaner and my father in law gave me. Its the stuff they use at his dealership ( hes a mechanic ) when they wash the cars there.
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Can you get a list from your father-in-law of all the stuff they use at the dealership to detail their cars?
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