Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by JayYay, Jul 15, 2003.
Like on the outside? Eagle One's 20/20 glass cleaner, hands down.
I used the Turtle wax auto glass cleaner this past weekend. Mainly just because the store didnt have the Eagle One. But it works just as well. auto glass cleaner is really just diluted alcohol, ammonia free ( unlike windex). I have used the Eagle one in the past though.
I love Stoner's invisible glass, use that and a microfiber towel. Others have used a mix of water and vinegar, which is good at removing the effects of hard water.
What ive found works really well, is a mix of vinegar and water, is that doesnt do it, i move up to a "thick" mixture of water and Gold Class car wash, spray that on the windsheils, and clay bar it. Yes, clay bar the windsheild. You will be amazed at how well it works.
Then i follow up with 20/20 and it looks like new.
thanks for the help guys...
Yeah, I forgot about claybar. That was suggested here once before with good results, I believe.
you can use a straight edge razor blade on glass too. provided it's not tinted. you can get anything off with a razor.
yea you can use a razor. i use steelwool and glass cleaner, it works really well and leaves no marks at all. works on chrome too.
worse case use laquer thinner.
No shit? I would think that the steel wool would scratch the glass.
the only thing that will scratch glass is another piece of glass or a diamond.
it doesnt even scratch chrome! i too am amazed.
And rocks. Believe me, rocks scratch glass.
well. they dont scratch it. they come flying at your window after some fucking truck kicks one up. the rock hits it hard enough to put a chip in it.
if you picked up a rock and scratched it across your window. nothing would happen
I never knew that. Learn new things everyday, I guess.