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you cant use Gold Class or anything of that sort, but that invisible glass stuff works i hear
 

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Originally posted by woobiee@May 25 2003, 12:20 AM
title says it all.
nope not with regular wax... but klasse works quite well on windows...
 

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I use a product called "Rain Away" and it works great. Don't need to use my wipers.
 

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when i use Autoglym polish for the body work i do the glass as well with it....... i havent had any problems....
 

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That Rain X and Rain Away are HARD as F**Q to apply when I tried it... It turned out like S***t :argh
 

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Originally posted by RedTape@May 25 2003, 01:14 PM
That Rain X and Rain Away are HARD as F**Q to apply when I tried it... It turned out like S***t :argh
i found rain ex to be crap, thats why i use normal car plish, it does the same thing!
 

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Aquapel is simply the best - Better than rain-x, klasse, or anything else I've tried. Lasts a long time, but a bit pricey. See the bottom third of the page on this link: Auqupel
 
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Originally posted by LowTech@May 25 2003, 12:37 PM
Aquapel is simply the best - Better than rain-x, klasse, or anything else I've tried. Lasts a long time, but a bit pricey. See the bottom third of the page on this link: Auqupel
welcome back lowtech! i love the cars!
 

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where can you buy that rain away stuff?
 

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ok i guess i will continue using my usually cleaning methods. I remember when I got my new windshield, it was clear and easy to clean. Now I try to wipe it and its quite difficult. I guess its time for a new windshield! HAHHA :lol: :lol:
 

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i used rain-x . it works well but its hard to drive sometimes because the water beads up on the window and is sometimes just as hard to see out the front.
 

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Originally posted by SpeedsterBMW@May 26 2003, 02:33 AM
welcome back lowtech! i love the cars!
Thanks, Speedster! You guys have a great board here... :thumbs
 

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A good tip is to use newspaper for cleaning windows as it leaves no fluff or streak marks, it leaves it spotless B)
 

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Try Gel-gloss from Home Depot for your windows. It smoothes them out, feels like silk and water sheets off during a rain. It doesn't last that long but it's cheap and also works well for polishing metal, plastic and fiberglass.
 

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I've used Rain-X for a long time and have had no problems.
I can't drive in the rain without it.
You have to know how to apply Rain-X or it will be crap.
After applying, you need to buff it off with a clean towel or papertowel till it's crystal clear. Otherwise it's gonna look foggy and messy.
 

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Originally posted by trojp@Aug 22 2004, 06:31 PM
A good tip is to use newspaper for cleaning windows as it leaves no fluff or streak marks, it leaves it spotless B)
Newspaper & vineger for inside of windows - Old fashioned method but it works (leaves your car smelling like a fish & chip shop though)
 

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Originally posted by BeelZibub@Aug 25 2004, 03:54 AM
Old fashioned method but it works (leaves your car smelling like a fish & chip shop though)
Windex makes a window cleaner w/o amonia and uses a decent smelling vinegar instead. It works well and contains no caustic chemicals.
 

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I have gotten wax on my windows when I used gold Class mequires and it came off and actually cleaned it
 
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