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Avneet
02-02-2015, 01:27 PM
Hi,
I used Reset for the first time and tried to run water to ensure that it gets washed quickly. HOwever, there might have been some delay in cleaning the windshield and there are some stains (water marks) I see. They create visibility issues in the night.
I tried using 3M glass cleaner but no success. (they look like water drops dried with shampoo).

Any guidance would be helpful.

Pureshine
02-03-2015, 05:55 AM
You can try Carpros Spotless or carpros CeriGlass: Glass Polish & Cleaner. Both are great products.

Corey
02-04-2015, 04:10 PM
Hi,
I used Reset for the first time and tried to run water to ensure that it gets washed quickly. HOwever, there might have been some delay in cleaning the windshield and there are some stains (water marks) I see. They create visibility issues in the night.
I tried using 3M glass cleaner but no success. (they look like water drops dried with shampoo).

Any guidance would be helpful.

Hi Avneet, Todds post above is right on (Thank you Todd!) I will add that if using spotless you want to do so in a shaded and cool surface and apply to towel before buffing immediately off and neutralizing. Ceriglass will remove it very easy BUT if you have some Fixer, Reflect, or any paint polish really that alone will be the easiest product for this solution and should work IF the stain is in fact from soap from washing. Well... actually the Spotless may be the easiest BUT I am not recommending that on glass unless you are well versed on how to properly work with an acidic spoliation on glass without causing issues. If it is an etching that was not previously seen until after you washed then the ceriglass maybe required.

So:

Paint polish - should come right off easy easy easy
Ceriglass if required

Dr Oldz
02-05-2015, 02:36 AM
Good suggestions above. Spotless is really amazing on glass. I have some older cars(late 60 and early 70s) that spotless has basically restored the glass on. Give it a try first. Good luck

Corey
02-05-2015, 03:20 AM
^^ it is amazing! But use carefully without leaving on and neutralize immediately. [emoji2]

Avneet
02-06-2015, 12:42 AM
Todd, Corey and Doc, thank you for your advice. I shall try to use the paint polish first and see how things go :)

Corey
02-06-2015, 10:38 AM
Todd, Corey and Doc, thank you for your advice. I shall try to use the paint polish first and see how things go :)

Please let us know if you have any further questions and let us know how it goes!

Thank you!!

Pureshine
02-07-2015, 06:56 AM
Feel free to call me anytime if you need help. I'll pm you my number if you want.