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Old 07-17-2013, 11:32 AM   #1
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water spots on glass

Can someone tell me how to get rid of water marks on my glass?
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You can try scrubbing them with newspaper soaked in cheap white vinegar, the newspaper is mildly abrasive and the vinegar slight acidic that can many times dissolve the mineral deposits that stain the glass. However if the hard water has etched the glass there is no real solution--one of those services that buffs windshields might be able to help...
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Can someone tell me how to get rid of water marks on my glass?
I used rubbing compound on my side ones..
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I used rubbing compound on my side ones..
How well does that work?
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I used rubbing compound on my side ones..
It sounds scary
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How well does that work?
Good ether that or use the headlight stuff
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