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Old 09-21-2011, 02:45 PM   #1
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Water spots

Bought mh form forest city iowa.
Have the hardest water spots on glass i have ever tried to remove. Need help
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I used glass cooktop cleaner. Took a bunch of elbow grease but they came off.
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try white vinegar and a sos pad plus elbow grease
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Vinegar in spray bottle, keep soaking it, then after soaking for a while it will come off by scrubbing with green pad.
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Vinegar in spray bottle, keep soaking it, then after soaking for a while it will come off by scrubbing with green pad.
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Not too sure about the sos and green pads. I am sure that "0000" steel wool is safe and won't scratch.
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Not too sure about the sos and green pads. I am sure that "0000" steel wool is safe and won't scratch.
2x with white vinegar
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On the outside? I would use a little CLR or Lime Away on a pad..
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Here's two 'specialty' products just for this, if you want to go the whole route..

Diamondite Spray Clay™ is formulated to remove embedded contaminants from glass to create a clean, smooth appearance.

DP High Performance Glass Restorer removes etched water spots from auto glass and restores perfect clarity. Apply with a polisher or applicator for
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Not too sure about the sos and green pads. I am sure that "0000" steel wool is safe and won't scratch.
sticker on my beavers shower enclosure(from the factory) recommends the steel wool and white vinegar. that is where i got the idea and started using it on glass enclosure and the windows. works great
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