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  • #46
    I've seen a lot of dealerships do this on some very expensive cars. Not a bad option if you have no other option but there are less aggressive methods to get rid of water spotting that can be tried first

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    • #47
      Sorry to revive a new thread.
      BUT. Im looking for some glass cleaner and unsure of the differences between them all.
      Ive got tinted windows and know not to use specific products. But im looking at the meguiars detailers glass cleaner thats in bulk for the windows/inside windscreen and something like rain X, H2Go or stoners rain repellant for the windscreen.

      Also, what glass sealants are out there??

      Thanks for all the help guys.

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      Last edited by Dyln_bxtr; 08-01-2017, 07:34 PM.

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      • #48
        Give Bowdens Naked Glass a go. It's good stuff and safe for tinted windows. You can buy in bulk from their website.

        http://www.bowdensown.com.au/product...re/naked-glass

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        • #49
          Can the H2go be used as a sealant??
          Thanks mate. Ill check out the bowdens now

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          • #50
            The H2Go is by far the best glass sealant I have come across in both price, longevity and ease of application. Properly prepped and applied, you should see water rolling off anywhere from 30km/h and I easily get a couple of months out of it before it seems to show signs of failing
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            • #51
              While I am here just wondering what is the best way to remove hard watermarks? I have got some Duragloss glass polish that I have used before and it worked well. But I don't want to go for such an extreme option straight away as last time on the old shitbox it left swirls in the glass.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Joel. View Post
                While I am here just wondering what is the best way to remove hard watermarks? I have got some Duragloss glass polish that I have used before and it worked well. But I don't want to go for such an extreme option straight away as last time on the old shitbox it left swirls in the glass.
                Do you have any Kamikaze Silica Scale Remover?

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                • #53
                  I used my shinemate with cut pad and some s20. Came up easy as.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Dyln_bxtr View Post
                    Sorry to revive a new thread.
                    BUT. Im looking for some glass cleaner and unsure of the differences between them all.
                    Ive got tinted windows and know not to use specific products. But im looking at the meguiars detailers glass cleaner thats in bulk for the windows/inside windscreen and something like rain X, H2Go or stoners rain repellant for the windscreen.

                    Also, what glass sealants are out there??

                    Thanks for all the help guys.

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                    I have tried Stoners, Poor boys world, Sonax, HD, anything from $12 for 500ml to $25-30 for 500ml and under
                    and i think Bowdens can hold its own as a glass cleaner when used with your own technique.

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                    • #55
                      I have used Scholl Glass Gel, with the Meguires green glass clothes and it is fantastic, and easy.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Trewarin View Post
                        Do you have any Kamikaze Silica Scale Remover?

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                        I don't. Maybe I should look into some for around badges as well.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Joel. View Post
                          I don't. Maybe I should look into some for around badges as well.
                          It will change your life.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by gbernard View Post
                            I have used Scholl Glass Gel, with the Meguires green glass clothes and it is fantastic, and easy.
                            What is Scholl Glass Gel like? have you compared it with others...

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                            • #59
                              only stoners, and windex.

                              it was much better than either of those, as it is a light gel, less prone to streaking/smearing etc.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by gbernard View Post
                                only stoners, and windex.

                                it was much better than either of those, as it is a light gel, less prone to streaking/smearing etc.
                                Cheers mate! must be good though ''Made in Germany''

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