1. 71SandbugCharger

    71SandbugCharger FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    I cleaned the window with an oven top cleaner kit, and it came pretty clean. However there were some 50~ year old water spots imbedded and etched into the glass. Looked at all sorts of solutions, and decided to try a product from Sud Factory. Amazing results! Not much effort, and looks awesome.

    pictures do not give a good idea, but they were there and now they aren’t!

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    • moparedtn

      moparedtn Ed on the Ridge FBBO Gold Member

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      Can we have a shot of the product up close please?
       
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      • SgtSuperbird

        SgtSuperbird Well-Known Member

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        It may be this:

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        • zyzzyx

          zyzzyx FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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          CEROX 1663 from www.hisglassworks.com. If the glass is etched, only one way to get it out!
          They have a video on YouTube also.
           
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          dadsbee FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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          I think I'll buy a full pail... :eek:
           
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          • zyzzyx

            zyzzyx FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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            I bought a half-pound, (about 1-1/2 measuring cups) It'll last me till the END!
            3M also makes a quart-sized bottle of Glass polish with the same stuff inside.
            You can buy it on Flea Bay. You have to use a Rayon pad at high speed to
            polish the glass though.
             
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              66383 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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              Any car wax & 0000 steel wool works great.
               
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              zyzzyx FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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              NO STEEL WOOL! OMG!
               
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              • zyzzyx

                zyzzyx FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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                If anyone thinks that they can use any grade of steel wool on their glass, just take one of your
                Wife's old compact mirrors and do your rub-job on it with your 0000000000000 Steel Wool
                and then go outside into the sun and look at the mirror at different angles. You'll see!
                 
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