I've heard the grade #0000 steel wool works on glass, but anything more coarse will scratch. I tried a little in the corner of one rear window, but didn't do much with very light pressure. It seemed to help remove the "water spots" and I didn't notice any damage from it. I haven't really had time to give a better test.
I don't know about the windshield kit but I detail cars for a living and some of the guys I work with will use steel wool (super fine grit) to remove bugs and water/overspray spots. Personally I just use a razor blade cause it works faster and with less effort for bugs and I dry the windows before the water can dry so I don't really get water spots
Ok, I like our vehicles to look clean but more importantly they have to run great. That said our fleet was starting to look unloved. Being old, cheap, and a bit lazy I started an online search to see what the easiest way was to clean them all up.
If you believe what the "pro's" say then you...
To start, I smoke cigarettes once in a while but never never never in my truck cause of the smell. Well recently my friend decided to smoke in my truck while he was waiting for me to get something at the store and it smells pretty bad. I was pretty peeved and it doesn't smell insanely bad, but...
so im doing a fair amount of research in stepping up to properly detailing my vehicle next year. Im not a fan of chemicalguys. Adams Polishes was going to be my go to, then my friend with a 700whp CTSV recommended chadwicks triple play. Ive been looking into them to see what theyre about. Their...
So I ordered this product right before MESM and finally got around to applying it today for the first time. Let me tell you, GOOD STUFF right here!!!
H2O Guard and Gloss
Look at the pictures!!!
Time to apply: