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      07-27-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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Best Glass Polish/water spot remover

Hay Guys whats the best Glass polish/cleaner? i was told Griots works well, i have tough water spots to get off and need to polish out a area a sticker was and havent had any luck.
Any help/suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks
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      07-27-2013, 10:48 PM   #2
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I use the carpro glass polish with their rayon glass polish pads
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Chemical guys water spot remover rx. It's the one specifically for glass but the normal one will work too you just have to go at it a litte harder or at least that's my experience with hand application
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while not a glass-specific product, i've had good results removing tough water spots and such with regular detailing clay.
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I had a car to work on that had acid rain. Took me 3x longer to remove it all from the car. But once it was done, it looked crazy hot.
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Hay Guys whats the best Glass polish/cleaner? i was told Griots works well, i have tough water spots to get off and need to polish out a area a sticker was and havent had any luck.
Any help/suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks
If the water spots are tough to get out, Meguiars M105 will definitely take them out followed by M205 and make sure you put a glass coating afterwards so you won't have that issue again.
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