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Car polish can be used on the windscreen????

car polish is an abbrasive so yes it can be used to remove stains .. depending on how bad they are obviously

there are kits out there specifically designed to polish window glass - only seen them in the USA though

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i found solution!!!

my mate has soarer

his stain is so~~~ bad..

one day we were working on polishing head lights and some scratches on paint

and just thought would the paint polish would work on glass stain.. so we tried

after few round polishing... guess what? the stain just gone like a magic!!

i ended up buying buffing machine... to remove them quicker and better

not sure exact product name but, it would work with any paint polisher..

ill do mine when buffer arrive!

ill let you know after i done!

cheers

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Use a diminishing abrasive like Meguires Diamond Cut over the windscreen with either a buffer or a lint free cloth. I posted a thread about this last year in the styling forum.

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Mothers Chrome Polish can also be used as a glass polish.

Read the writing on the back of the product and it states it can be used on glass.

Old labeling used to say chrome+glass but they changed it as people were skeptical that one product can treat 2 different surfaces.

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i found solution!!!

my mate has soarer

his stain is so~~~ bad..

one day we were working on polishing head lights and some scratches on paint

and just thought would the paint polish would work on glass stain.. so we tried

after few round polishing... guess what? the stain just gone like a magic!!

i ended up buying buffing machine... to remove them quicker and better

not sure exact product name but, it would work with any paint polisher..

ill do mine when buffer arrive!

ill let you know after i done!

cheers

hehe, you sound as if your getting paid to do a tv commercial :laughing-smiley-014:

interested to hear your results after using the buffer....

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