Polish the glass of all automotive vehicles with this safe and effective glass polish
Using a gentle cleaner on the glass is safe and does not damage the glass
With a unique combination of cleaners and abrasives, effectively gets rid of sticky water spots, tree sap, bugs, and stubborn road film
This coating protects the glass from abrasion by lubricants
Questions & Answers
The bumper of my Jeep is marked by sprinkler stains. What would be the best way to get rid of ?
You might be able to use it on window spots if you have chrome bumpers. I am not sure if it works on window spots, but it should if you have chrome bumpers. It would work on Chrome as well, although I have not tested it.
A cement company blew stuff out of the back of my cement truck, so I have cement on my windshield. What is the effect of this ?
I think maybe. The first place to consult is a detailer who specializes in car overspray and paintwork, or perhaps a shop that deals with windshield replacement and repair. This product will only work on superficial crud and hard water marks, and I doubt it will work on
A few weeks ago I purchased a new Subaru and took it to a What is that happening to the windshield? All of a sudden there are water streaks all over it? What are the chances of this getting ?
Sadly, I wasn't able to get it to work. It looked as though someone had splashed some adhesive onto A razor blade is what I had to use to scrape it off. By the way, I dripped some of this on the side of my car several days ago and was not aware of it until recently. In places where it had dripped, it caused the finish to be destroyed.
Do water spots need to be scrubbed off windows with a lot of hand pressure?
The majority of the time. You can try moving the sponge back and forth in order to get rid of I had to apply for most of them a few times before I got Work that takes a lot of time.
Selected User Reviews For Duragloss 757 Automotive Glass Water Spot Remover - 1 Gallon
There are a few water spot removers that I have purchased, but this one is far and away the best
The windows of my truck had the worst water spots I had ever seen when I purchased it. There was a scaly feeling to the glass, like the back of an alligator. When I applied the cream according to the instructions on the bottle, I had no effect. I then tried using a flat razor. There was some lightening of the spots after this. I'm not certain if it would have removed my water spots if yours weren't as bad, but they did not remove mine. In addition, I tried a few other "water spot remover" products from different companies. After all, I thought, I might as well scrub it again this time. I used a netted sponge (the kind used to catch bugs off car bumpers) and In terms of the results, I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly 90% of the spots were gone after my first application. On the second application, I was able to remove the leftover spots. I am very satisfied with this.
| Jan 03, 2021
A warning has been issued! Please be aware! You can scratch your glass with this stuff because it has abrasives
In reviews I've read, I see that nearly all reports are positive, and honestly, I cannot understand how the glass did not scratch. I am not sure if I received a bad review, or whether others did as well. really looking closely, I was able to see what the haze was and why it was not coming Despite the fact that it says on the packaging that it won't scratch glass, I discovered it scratched the heck out of mine. The container also states that their liability is limited to replacement of product or full refund of purchase price upon proof of purchase. This stuff is at your own risk, so use it.
| Dec 11, 2020
You have to try this stuff! This product can be used if you already tried almost everything to get hard water stains off your windows but have not yet tried this product
As it did on mine, I would not advise using any kind of wool as it would leave some small scratches on your windows. I only tried on a small portion of the window, so it wasn't a big deal. In either case, a buffer can be used, but some hard scrubbing will achieve the desired result. My chrome trimmings were even somewhat cleaned of some hard water stains after using this product! It would be best to clean your windows before hand so that dirt and dust aren't tracked.
| May 20, 2021
I was happily surprised by what I learned This issue with my 'mystery film' has been resolved
Take my word for it. It has been one year since I bought my In the winter it's difficult for me to make time to wash it, as I'm a little OCD about it. Free car wash, but since the weather is so cold, I don't get to wipe the car down afterwards like I would during the warmer months. In the past winter, I noticed that there was a film built up on my rear window (exterior) It wasn't really visible when I washed the window with a spray cleaner, but I noticed it if I washed the window with a rain washer. In my opinion, they could be hard water stains, so I tried vinegar solutions, ammonia cleaners, and a few other things, but nothing worked. When I ran my fingers over the glass, I felt smooth, but I also could feel that something was inside. The only place I had an issue was on the rear glass. Even though I'm still unsure what this product was, I tried it and I'm damned if it worked. In comparison to other products, it offered what the others did Besides leaving an amazing shine, it also left a clean, fresh scent. Those of you who remember the old product called "Glass Wax" that came in a pink can will be familiar with this. The only difference is that the fumes aren't nasty. Use a soft cloth to buff a thin and wet coat hardened with water. Allow it to dry completely before applying another coat. The use of a power buffer is not essential. You don't want to get it on your surrounding surfaces since it contains fine grit. For those with really picky tastes, I would tape off the window frame to make sure there's no contact. If you have molded plastics or rubber gaskets, this stuff has the potential to stain them just like a car wax paste. Buffing will produce a great deal of powdery dust, so be prepared to clean up once you're finished. As a whole, I'm glad I gave this a shot. Bringing the shine back to your vehicle would be worth the price by itself, even if you don't have much to do with it.
| Apr 17, 2021
I like it a lot! On the window glass of my wife's Toyota Sienna 2013, there was a whitish film
It was not possible to remove the film by washing the car. In my attempt to try and remove the film with water spot remover, white vinegar, Windex (with and without ammonia), I thought it would be impossible. Then I applied a scouring pad to a different brand of auto glass stripper I had to apply by hand. I was able to remove a small section of the pattern using this method, but it took a lot of scrubbing. My aim was to remove all of the film on the windshield with a 6 inch rotary polisher in about 30 minutes, as it stated it could be applied by machine. After removing a few drops of tree sap from the sides and rear windows with ease, I decided to remove a few drops from the windshield as well. In less than an hour, I had cleaned all of We were very pleased with how all the glass on the vehicle looked like it had been polished.
| Jun 30, 2021
It is effective for getting rid of water spots, but it can damage a painting The water spots on the windows of my van needed to be removed
I found that it worked quite well, but it ran down the doors of my van when I washed the glass off. A permanent discoloration has now taken place on my van. Do not let the product get on anything else but You should also apply the product on water spots as soon as possible and not let them sit on the window for too The water spots were difficult to remove and took a lot of effort to get rid of.
| Sep 28, 2020