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Old 01-14-2019, 02:26 AM   #1
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Solutions to remove stains on car windows

My car side windows had a bad stain. I tried almost all kinds of products to remove it such as paint thinner, glass cleaner, turpentine, and a lot more, but none of them worked. Any suggestion on how to remove it? I was thinking to get my car window changed if I couldn't bear it anymore, which is my last resort. Hope you guys can help me.
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Re: Solutions to remove stains on car windows

What kind of stain? Inside/outside? Window tint?
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Re: Solutions to remove stains on car windows

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What kind of stain? Inside/outside? Window tint?
Water stain on the exterior of my car windows.
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Re: Solutions to remove stains on car windows

There are various mineral deposit removers for automotive surfaces that you might try. You could also try an automotive glass polish with a mechanical buffer. If it really is not coming off, then before replacing the glass consider a glass restoration product that contains cerium oxide and a buffing wheel.


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