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    stubborn smudges on windscreen window

    hi all,
    was wondering if anyone have experience on this provide some tips.
    I have been using the meg glass clarify cleaner. its clean up 90% of my windscreens window except this part.
    With lots of srubbing and repeats it do lighten it a bit but not coming close to wiping those light marks out.
    Not a big issue just irritating me when i look at them. Thanks for reading and tips in advance.





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    Re: stubborn smudges on windscreen window

    Quote Originally Posted by KY Gan View Post
    hi all,
    was wondering if anyone have experience on this provide some tips.
    I have been using the meg glass clarify cleaner. its clean up 90% of my windscreens window except this part.
    With lots of srubbing and repeats it do lighten it a bit but not coming close to wiping those light marks out.
    Not a big issue just irritating me when i look at them. Thanks for reading and tips in advance.




    I've had a few other things work, but that looks like it would be a good one for some Ult. Compound then glass cleaner. You could clay first as well, and RainX or something after.
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    Re: stubborn smudges on windscreen window

    Quote Originally Posted by Murr1525 View Post
    I've had a few other things work, but that looks like it would be a good one for some Ult. Compound then glass cleaner. You could clay first as well, and RainX or something after.
    Thanks a lot Murr. I got what i have closest to UC which is only scratch 2,0 slightly less abrasive.
    I got 90% of the marks out with some elbow grease and couple of round of application and rubbing. So real good advice. Thanks and you are a real gem.

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    Re: stubborn smudges on windscreen window

    Hi Nick Winn,
    May I suggest a Webinar about Glass treatments, cleaning, etc?

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    Re: stubborn smudges on windscreen window

    As others mentioned, you can compound exterior automotive glass, either by hand or even machine, to help remove water spots.

    Regarding a webinar about glass, thanks for the suggestion.
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