|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|April 29th, 2014 01:06 PM|
Originally Posted by Ryan00GT View Post
|April 29th, 2014 12:24 PM|
Originally Posted by ModdedMach View Post
Originally Posted by mrperple View Post
As for the wheels, they're just the stock wheels. They're aluminum and I'm assuming they have a clear coat on them from the factory?
|April 29th, 2014 08:39 AM|
|mrperple||Have to agree w/ Modded. Use the most aggressive you have. As for the wheels it really depends on what kind of finish you have. Need a little more info and we will help you out.|
|April 29th, 2014 12:51 AM|
Compound on machine works best- let me save you the trouble lol.
A cutting foam pad and some compound ill clean it up super quick.
|April 28th, 2014 10:50 PM|
Thanks for the variety of responses guys! I think I'm gonna try each option and see which works the best
|April 28th, 2014 09:22 PM|
|Shelbydog!||I've used chrome cleaner on glass to remove water spots with good results.|
|April 28th, 2014 08:49 PM|
|mustanginky||Vinegar is known to remove water spots|
|April 28th, 2014 07:35 PM|
Hard water stains on glass can be buffed out just like paint. Some compound on a cutting pad will take it right off. As for streaks it's all about technique and having good quality microfiber towels.
You need two towels, one cleaning towel and one drying towel. All products are going to streak on glass and paint, that's a given, the trick is having the second DRY microfiber towel to lightly buff away those streaks. Make sure you're not over using product, one or two sprays will do half a windshield, so you're cleaning towel shouldn't be soaking wet. Here's a video that might help out.
Car Glass: Cleaning and Polishing -- /DRIVE CLEAN: http://youtu.be/aVUtdlzrktI
On the wheels if they are painted or clearcoated or both then you can use some paint compound or polish on a microfiber and see if that remedies the chemical stains on the wheels. If they are bare metal then metal polish should clean them up well. Hope that helps!
Edit: the razor technique he uses really is only needed on extremely neglected glass. I scratched up my glass trying that method improperly.
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|April 28th, 2014 07:23 PM|
Hard water stains on windows?
Hey all, I've never posted in here before but I hope I can get some help on this. The car isn't a mustang, rather a gto, but I've noticed that on the window glass (all the way around the car) there appears to be what looks like hard water stains.
Now, I'm not a master detailer, more so entry level, and I had the same exact stains on my paint that I have since buffed out. I think it's got to do with the fact that the car was owned by an elderly man previously and he took it through the car wash (non-touch less) every time it needed to be washed. I'm just at a loss as to how to remove the streaks from the windows. Any input?
Also since I'm here, the wheels also have light streaks on them, which I believe came from me leaving a wheel cleaning chemical on the surface too long. Any ideas on how to remove that as well?
Thanks for any input you can give me in advance!