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Old 05-15-2008, 01:46 PM   #15
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Results...tried MAAS polish...didnt work..tried Bring it On...cleaned about a 1 sq ft area low on the passenger side windshield in case something went bad..you have to apply this paste with a rotary motion and let it sit for 10 min..I anxiously waited, wondering if that horrible cloudy mess would be permanent hosed it off after 10 min and dried that area, then anxiously cleaned with window cleaner...it was a cloudy day and spots show up best then..when I was done.....NO SPOTS! I did the rest of the passenger windshield...took about 15 min...plus the 10 min wait time..not bad considering how big the glass is and how many spots I HAD...good stuff..I highly recommend it..they also sell a protectant to apply to the clean glass to reduce chances of it happening again....
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I've had good success with two products, RainX and Glass Wax. RainX must be applied like the old formula of Simonize car wax, lots of elbow grease; rub until it stops beading up and becomes a film. It makes my windshield so clear it appears new, rain-water just blows away, don't even use wipers driving the highway some-times. Glass Wax is a very old product that still works as advertised.
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RainX is one of the many products that failed for me...
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After reading through all of the suggested products, I looked at some of the cleaning products available at the local grocery store and decided to purchase a bottle of Weiman's Glass Cook Top Cleaner.

It took longer to get the ladder and cleaning materials together than to complete the actual cleaning. The water spots are gone and the windows are clean. The product goes on as a paste and you buff it out with paper towels. We now have a new addition to the RV check list.
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and it SURE IS NICE to have crystal clear windshields for a change!!
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