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Old 05-23-2016, 03:59 PM   #1
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I have always buffed my windows with an ultra fine polish when they need extra help coming as clean as I prefer. I have heard of people using 0000 steel wool. Have you used steel to clean your windows, and what was the result?

I don't think 0000 steel wool will scratch glass, but I do know it can and will leave metal dust particles. Those little particles will rust, and could cause problems (at least in my own thoughts and theories). What says the community of ME?

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Get some DWG waterless car wash product and use a very small amount on your windows. It cleans and polishes very nicely with no scratches. The same product can be used all over the car (painted surfaces), bumpers etc. You never have to wash the car again with water unless you get very heavy dirt or mud.
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I have always buffed my windows with an ultra fine polish when they need extra help coming as clean as I prefer. I have heard of people using 0000 steel wool. Have you used steel to clean your windows, and what was the result?

I don't think 0000 steel wool will scratch glass, but I do know it can and will leave metal dust particles. Those little particles will rust, and could cause problems (at least in my own thoughts and theories). What says the community of ME?

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I have heard that about 0000 steel wool too. Also, a razor blade before applying cleaner. I've used polish and a DA buffer on mine as well. So far, a razor blade once or twice a year and Adam's Polishes glass cleaner work for me. I usually use detail spray on mine when I use it on the paint. I put Rain X on mine last year, but have yet to do that this year, since I don't drive it in the rain anymore lol.


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What and where do I find DWG?

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