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Old 02-19-2013, 09:00 AM
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I have well water and my filter is not working. On my list to fix but believe it wont fix the water totally. Anyways I have thick water stains on my windows. Nothing is taking them off. Hardcore stuff

I heard some #0000 steel wool works but would like to try a good "magic" product first and limit the elbow grease. CLR dont do a dang thing. Stains are so thick you can see ridges on the edges of the spots.

Any suggestions? Spot x anygood?

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we use hi-sheen at work and on my truck. I've never used it on hardcore water stains but it's worth a shot. It's industrial glass cleaner. Let us know how you make out. I think there is washing/waxing/detail section somewhere. But i think this thread is fine for now.
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The scrubbing bubbles shower cleaner takes water spots off my shower glass like magic. I often wondered if its safe if it gets on paint, if your careful I know it'll take water residue off no problem. I don't even scrub the glass in the shower and it cleans perfectly!
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#0000 steel wool with plenty of soap & water will do just fine. Not a lot of elbow grease involved, but a fair amount of time. Then hit the glass up with a polish called liquid glass, AMAZING stuff. Just my $.02.
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The steel wool will work. Try some IPA spray, 50/50 water/alcohol mix first. You can go stronger, but the stronger you go the quicker the alcohol will evaporate. You can also try using soap/water then scrape the window with a straight razor. I would do this when I would install window tint and it removed everything.
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I use a clay bar to remove water stains from my glass but I haven't tried it on stains as bad as yours.
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