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    DURAGLOSS, help!!!!

    I used that Duragloss on all my windows yesterday, trying to remove all the hard water spots that the dealer let set on it.
    Followed the directions perfectly.
    It got rid of most of the spots, but not all of them.
    So, I did my windshield 3 times.........same result.
    Could I be doing something wrong or will it only get most of it off??

    Let me know your experience with Duragloss and if you know a better product for getting water spots off the windows.

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    ive never even heard of this product.

    link?

    pics of water spots on windows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redline927
    ive never even heard of this product.

    link?

    pics of water spots on windows?
    http://www.duragloss.com/product.asp?pid=303

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redline927
    ive never even heard of this product.

    link?

    pics of water spots on windows?
    +1, we need to see some pics of the water spots
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4me2drv
    I used that Duragloss on all my windows yesterday, trying to remove all the hard water spots that the dealer let set on it.
    Followed the directions perfectly.
    It got rid of most of the spots, but not all of them.
    So, I did my windshield 3 times.........same result.
    Could I be doing something wrong or will it only get most of it off??

    Let me know your experience with Duragloss and if you know a better product for getting water spots off the windows.
    If the dealer let them set on there, ask them to remove them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    If the dealer let them set on there, ask them to remove them.
    NO WAY......I had to tell them not to wash it when I bought it cause I watched the guy washing the cars use the same one towel to wipe down 4 different cars.
    I'll find a way to get it clean.......the right way.

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    Are the spots etched in? Or just deposits? If it is deposits try using a clay bar with minimal lube to remove it (an old one you no longer use on your paint will be fine). If it is etching there are some pretty serious glass polishes out their made to remove etching and scratches that you could look into if you trust yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainable
    Are the spots etched in? Or just deposits? If it is deposits try using a clay bar with minimal lube to remove it (an old one you no longer use on your paint will be fine). If it is etching there are some pretty serious glass polishes out their made to remove etching and scratches that you could look into if you trust yourself.
    yeah, I found some other stuff that is more powerful. I'll try that and if it doesn't work, I may find a detail shop that knows what to do.
    I'll get it out sooner or later.

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