My neighbor waters his yard all the time and it gets my truck and car wet and I on the road a week at a time so in the summer time I have real bad water stains
Ived used 2 diff Products and they both work good for me Zephyr Pro50 Eliminator I get it at the truck stops. and I,ve used Lime-a-way use the the lime-a-way on the glass only Zephyr can be used on very thing http://www.zephyrpro40.com
I agree with Mitch, you need a stronger chemical or you need to polish those waterspots off. Obviously the polish needs to be a very fine one.
Newspaper or any kind of paper like a paper towel can be a polishing material. They say you should never use paper on eyeglasses as it will scratch. But sometimes you need that for cleaning. It's a fine line between removing something and scratching.
wire wheel cleaner acid works as long as you do not have any scrapes from wipers BUT YOU MUST BE VERY CAREFUL AND REMOVE IT RIGHT AWAY AND THEN WAX...I Know it sounds stupid but I owned a Chevy dealership for 25 years before I retired and one of my detail guys showed this years ago, it works, use rubber gloves and do not get it on the paint of course. Be Very Careful!!! I will be at the OC show on Sat afternoon maybe I will see you
When we lived in Midland Texas, that was the hardest water in the world, sprinkling systems which created water spots on the glass around our home was impossible to remove, we tryed everything to no avail. then in a last ditch effort, I picked up one of those 3M Headlight Lens Restoration System, followed the directions exactly on our home window panes, where NOTHING had worked before, and this stuff worked like a charm, could't beleive the results after all the other items i tried, some of which have been mentioned.
Luckily, my 55 was always in the garage, so my glass was never exposed to this hard water, therefore I never had to attempt this, so it'll be up to you to use it on your car glass, regardless, I feel confident it'll work... anyone else tried this ?? BDR
In a previous post, there was a list of uses of WD40. One of the uses was removing water spots. Haven't tried it yet, but I have a shower door that will soon get the WD40 treatment and we'll see if it works.
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