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I need a solution, a strong solution, on how to get rid of the water spots on my windows. I am sure its on the out side, and they look like little round scars from water drops. You can see them if you look for them, but they are not real noticalbe if you dont go looking for them. Does any one know what i meen? I have tryed stuff like vinigar and lime away or lime out. Nothing takes them off. Its almost like the damage is permanent on the glass. Most water spots come off, but this is horrid. Does any one else have this problem? :mad: :confused:
 

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You might want to try detailing clay as well, there's not much that stuff won't remove.

As long as the spots are above the glass, and not actually etched into it, you should have some success reducing if not removing them.

There are glass "polishes" out there as well, I've yet to find one that really impressed me though for removing water spots. They are at best, glass "cleaners".
 

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would Rain-X be a good product to put on once the windows are cleared of these hard water spots? or do you use other products?
 

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i used rainx in my washer fluid. Worked great but it clogged up the washer jets when the tank got almost empty and it got hot.
 

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would Rain-X be a good product to put on once the windows are cleared of these hard water spots? or do you use other products?
A lot of people like Rain-X, and I also know people who wax their windows. I've tried both but in the end I just like my windows to be clean. Use that clay on your windows and you'll be amazed at what it will pull up, even after you Windex them.

The wipers just seem to work best on smooth, well cleaned glass. Maybe if you're constantly plagued by water spots, wax or Rain-X might be worth the effort. Give it a try, a few weeks of driving in winter and either one will gone anyways. :)
 

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I used CLR on my sliding glass door. It's worked perfectly. My wife tried all kinds of other stuff and none of it worked as well or as easily as the CLR did.
 

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I have tried the lime away stuff with alot of elbow grease...Seemed to work for me, i have never trie the razor blade idea though, i think i may next time
 
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