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defyenz
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defyenz Jul 30, 10:49am - #236204 

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waterspots on windows

they won't go away with just a regular car wash.

how do i get rid of them?
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robare99
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robare99 Jul 30, 10:53am - #236205 

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dry your car when you're done. Just throw an old towel into the car and wipe down the windows right after you wash.
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Satoshi
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Satoshi Jul 30, 10:54am - #236206 
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liquid compounds will do.

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defyenz
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defyenz Jul 30, 10:57am - #236207 

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i do dry the car after i wash it but its there already from before and it won't wash off.

what kind of liquid compounds? like what brand and stuff. thanks.
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VSGTS14 Jul 30, 5:10pm - #236208 

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use ammonia window cleaner with type 00 steel wool and a good towel or whatever for the windows.
you can also clay bar your windows.

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blackcel Jul 31, 3:50am - #236209 

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Thank god you still post on here vsgts, you have answered so many of my questions without even asking. I salute you!!

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hephaestus Jul 31, 4:29am - #236210 
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I use a 50 cent white towel product that I buy at the car wash. It's the same stuff when the nurse rubs your arm before a shot. I clean the windows, lights, and Mirrors w/it. The thing is it may leave a residue because of the contaminats already left on your windows. What I do is I use that pad to clean the window and a specified microfibre window towel to clean off the residue. Microfibre is the key word and so is window. You will never go back to anything else. 100X better than windex, other towels, and only take 5 min. all windows, lights, and Mirrors.
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Haulin_A_Doo Jul 31, 4:37am - #236211 
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Shammy! cool

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i would claybar it
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HJC_Celica Jul 31, 5:34am - #236213 
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use 50% vinegar 50% water that will get ride of them... or just 100% vinegar.
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Shiftyz1x Jul 31, 3:45pm - #236214 

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i rain-x all glass... it helps to prevent them
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Miketrd Aug 2, 2:46am - #236215 
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i also use rain x in all the exterior windows, and to clean them, i also use a microfiber towel for the inside with just water, i can't use ammonia with tinted windows, they could get damage.

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Originally Posted by Miketrd
i also use rain x in all the exterior windows, and to clean them, i also use a microfiber towel for the inside with just water, i can't use ammonia with tinted windows, they could get damage.
Use stoner's invisible glass cleaner. Can be found in the auto section at walmart and doesnt have ammonia so its tint safe.
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