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Ive been trying like 50 quadrillion things and nothing was able to get y water spots off my windows.Well I tried like 5 diff things lol.Im almost desperate to know how to get them off..please feel free to share what you think could take them off lol
 

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Clay bar your windows. More than likely its not just water spots but sap and bug guts that have fused itself with your windows.
 

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Distilled white vinegar, 50/50 mix with water. Don't spary any on the paint because it will remove any wax from what I was told. I had the same problem and it was driving me crazy. The 50/50 mix worked like a miracle.
 

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Thanks ill be running to autozone very shortly to get some and try lol
 

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Dom249 said:
Thanks ill be running to autozone very shortly to get some and try lol

If it's dried water spots, please try the vinegar first, no reason to claybar your glass if it's water spots.
 

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I use #9 Meguiars on 0000 steel wool.
 

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I've used window cleaner with very fine steel wool. Used it all the time when i worked at a dealership.
 

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rain x glass treatment works also.. worked for me. Took two coats about 1 hour apart. helps keep new acid rain off too
 

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thanks for the info peoples.Ill be trying the 50/50 mix 1st and if that doesnt work I have a barim gonna try Its like dak as heck so im gonna try in the morning.thanks again
 

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Dom249 said:
thanks for the info peoples.Ill be trying the 50/50 mix 1st and if that doesnt work I have a barim gonna try Its like dak as heck so im gonna try in the morning.thanks again

I guarantee the vinegar and water 50/50 mix will work!!
 

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Try this, simple, no cost and it works with less work, I promise. When you wash your truck the water spots are from the minerals, and clorine in the water. I keep my windows wet until I get thru then towel dry them. Same thing the car wash does. No water spots, no cost. Try it. Also works for the rest of the truck.

Ty
 

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Stoner products: Invisible glass. Kickass.
 

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I've used my clay bar to remove water spots on the glass and paint, works well.
 

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sudden urge said:
Distilled white vinegar, 50/50 mix with water. Don't spary any on the paint because it will remove any wax from what I was told. I had the same problem and it was driving me crazy. The 50/50 mix worked like a miracle.
thats cool.......vinegar is good for some crazy things huh!!!!!
 

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sudden urge said:
I guarantee the vinegar and water 50/50 mix will work!!
ok I tried that and it didnt work. Also tried a clay bar lol.It looks a little better than before but I guess im not rubbing it hard enough/not repeating it a few times.
 

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try a power sander
 

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Dom249 said:
ok I tried that and it didnt work. Also tried a clay bar lol.It looks a little better than before but I guess im not rubbing it hard enough/not repeating it a few times.
Whatever spots you have then must be etched into the glass itself. The vinegar and water worked well with only one application. I'll never let tap water air dry on the glass again.
 
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