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Spot-X
http://www.glass-restorer.com/

We've pulled cars out of the junkyard with really
badly etched glass and Spot-X will remove the
water spots. (and the glass you would swear had
been replaced after using Spot-X)

I think the last time we purchased it off Amazon.
It's worth every penny.....
 

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Eastwood garage has a couple products that I've used successfully. Google them for online catalog. IIRC, its' called the diamond glass system/product. I haven't tried "spot-x".
 

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Discussion Starter #6
Thanks for the replies
Based on 1 Owner's recommendation I ordered a bottle of Spot-X to give it a try....
Will let you guys know how it works...
Thanks..steve
 

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+1 0000 steel wool
With some type of lubercant (glass cleaner)
 

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02Lightning said:
+1 0000 steel wool
With some type of lubercant (glass cleaner)
I know this will will work best, Sometimes I get tired of telling the tried and true.
 

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Update on the stubborn water spots...
Ordered a bottle of Spot-X and it worked really well...both driver's and passenger side windows were very badly distorted and I didn't think they could be restored...took several applications and lots of elbow grease but the glass came out surprisingly well...I would recommend this product even to the die hard steel woolers...and no I don't have any affiliation with the company...just some info to pass on...

steve
 
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