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Old 04-19-2016, 01:46 PM   #29
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Not sure where they are coming from... Window installers. But professional detailers use steel wool. I myself have been doing it for 30 yrs and have had no issues... Might be an issue of disclaimer.. At rate just saying what works for me... Take care of your coach and have fun
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I've had good luck with Zaino products, their ZCS Clear I've described to be like Rain-x on steroids! I've also the last few years, been using Nano spray protection on our paint. Both Eagle 1 and now Maquiers, as I like to test new products. This also does a great job on the glass too. All the glass, not just he windshield, as it seems to stay cleaner longer. So whenever I get the ladder out to clean the windows, I grab both my cleaner, and also the protectant, and just do it all at the same time.

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The original product is called "Rainex" I have used it since the 60s. Keeps bathroom mirrors from fogging also.
The label says do not use on the inside of auto glass; but I use it on the interior of the windshield-prevents fogging up. All I see is droplets of water running down, and a rolled towel catches that.
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If your window is nice and clean 1 aquapel might make it but I like to go over it twice to cover the spots I missed,usually the opposite direction, the application is easy somewhat like rainx on the buffing it clean afterwards,I feel sure if you try it you will be hooked like myself, I have got to do the Coach very soon but must wash the pollen and dust from winter and spring first. Good luck,
PS our cars require Aquapel 100%.
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