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#1 (permalink) Old 03-01-2005, 02:03 PM
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Please help. I have some water spots on my mirrors that I just cannot get out. I have tried vinegar, I have tried a spray on window cleaner, I have tried Zaino window wax. None of these seems to budge these stubborn spots.

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Try a chemical cleaner polish...NO ABRASIVE type.....(AIO)

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Thanks. Can you make any suggestions?
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Something like Klasse All-In-One cleaner or as excel said (AIO)

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Thanks. Are both available at automotive stores?
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Originally posted by JWK@Mar 2 2005, 06:21 AM
Thanks. Are both available at automotive stores?
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Unfortunately, AIO is a specialty product, and only available online....There are many e-stores that now carry it...You may be better off doing a search but Ill provide you a couple links......site #1....
site #2....

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Thanks. Are both available at automotive stores?
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Unfortunately, AIO is a specialty product, and only available online....There are many e-stores that now carry it...You may be better off doing a search but Ill provide you a couple links......site #1....
site #2....
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You can't get rid of waterspots?!?! Wow, I've never heard of that...? You get them after washing your car? I use plain window cleaner on mine and it works fine... by dad likes to waste money and has some special cleaner that does only a slightly better job...
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