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Old 01-18-2006, 06:13 PM   #1
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so i come park my car under a tree today at school. i come out and see a little poop on front windshield which comes off no biggie. once i start driving, i see these clear little water drop looking spots. i try to wipe them off the the windshield wipers, doesnt work. i got out of the car and tried to scrape them with my fingernails, didnt work. it is definately something on the surface of the glass, any idea what it is and how to remove it?
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Old 01-18-2006, 09:12 PM   #2
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The contaminates probably have bonded to the pores of the glass and will require a deep cleaning. If you can't get it off with a regular window cleaner like Stoner's Invisible Glass, try the Glass Science Glass Scrub. You can get this as part of the Glass Science Rain Clear Kit which also gets you the amazing Rain Clear Gel, which is basically the improved version of Rain-X for only $5.99. The Glass Scrub removes everything from the glass and really helps the Rain Clear Gel bond to the surface for a well protected windshield.

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