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Angry Tinted rear window

Ok, this is something that has been bothering for a long tiime. I have the factory slidning rear window tinted fromthe factory, and then i have my side windows tinted aftermarket. Here is the problem, the dang rear window has water spots on it that no matter what i do or try (product wise) will not go away. Even tried clay barring it to no avail. anyone have any ideas on what to do or use. and yes, i have tried to do both sides of the window before anyone ask will all the asme products and all with the same results. THIS IS DRIVING ME NUTS!!!!!!! figure someone has to have some knowledge of a "professional" product or something out there that will work.

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-19-2003, 08:18 AM
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Go get you a bottle of household vinegar.
Take a newspaper and pour a little vinegar on it and wipe the window.
What your seeing is hard water spots and the vinegar will neutralize and remove them.

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Qill give it a try. But another puzzling thing about this is it is only on my back window and none of the other glass.

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post #4 of 4 Old 07-20-2003, 10:39 AM
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Have you tried Bar Keepers Friend? I use it to clean the water spots off my windows. It's a powdered cleanser similar to Comet, but its not as abrasive. I get it in the cleaning product section at my local grocery store.
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