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Old 07-24-2011, 06:54 PM   #1
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Hard water spots?????

I am out camping and as I sit here resting from cleaning all the windows, all I see are what appears to be water spots, I used Windex, so I didn't did it.
The spots seem to be on the smaller side windows. Does not seem to be on the front windshield.
All are glass because they are labled Tempered.
How do I get rid of them????
I hate spotty windows

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Old 07-24-2011, 07:48 PM   #2
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Lime Away or CLR will disolve calcium deposits if that is what it is---I use it on the shower stalls with great success.

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Vinegar and water will also do the trick.
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Vinegar and water will also do the trick.
Yep, and I use one of those kitchen sponges with the non-scratch pads on the back to help as well... Bob
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Best yet... 0000 steel wool. Contrary to what may seem logical, it does NOT scratch. Removes bugs and leaves the windows "baby bottom smooth". Follow up with Rain-X. Works like a charm.
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