Which polish works best with a PC for the windshield/windows?

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  1. TQ

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    The best thing I've used for windows is Poorboy's Polish with Sealant. Cleans and removes water spots and lasts forever.

    Really good on paint too.

    Oh yeah........it was made for that!
     
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    Hmmmmmm I have some mezerna polish make that will work....worth a try before I shell out $40+ for a product I'm unsure of I guess :dunno:
     
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    Clearkote's Moose Wax (the cleaner wax) works well too. Follow with Quikshine and the glass is clear and slick.
     
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    I might use that, I have no idea why but my winshield feels rough...almost like sandpaper....
     
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    You know you can clay glass too.
    Clay it. Then talk to us. Bet you'll get some nasty shit off of it.
     
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    I've used 0000 grit steel wool on windows to clean them. As for polishing I usually use Vanilla Moose. Seems to work great!
     
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    I always clay my glass, (with my older clay). It really makes the glass look awesome!
     
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    AutoGlym glass polish
     
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    Question: Is it actually possible to polish out wiper streaks and sand sparkles? Obviously there's no help for big chips, but can the tiny stuff be removed without damaging the glass?
     
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    Very good stuff right thur. I also love Zaino's Glass Polish.
     
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    Short answer: no. Long answer: no way
     
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    Didn't think so. I've heard of windshield polish before, but I figured it had to be bullshit.
     
  14. David02

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    Best thing you can do to polish glass is to turn up the speed!

    No worries about burning like you might have on paint.
     
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    Jeff's Werkstatt Prime works like a champ for me on glass. Takes all the water spots and everything else right out.
     
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    Really? I'll have to give that a try.
     
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    Soft Scrub also works well to deep clean glass.
     
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    S100 cleaner wax is nice on glass. I don't use anything past the polish stage but I would guess a finer wax like S100 would work well.
     
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    I stumbled upon it on accident. Wasn't paying attention doing a Honda Pilot (Thank God I taped off the trim work!) and went right over the driver's door window. Did the rest of the windows and was AMAZED. The owner asked me if I put rain X on the windows because she said the rain just plain won't stick to them like before.
     

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