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There seems to be a coating on the windshield of my 67...maybe it's wax or rain-x, and the usual glass cleaning products do not remove the film. The interior side seems the same. Is there something I could use to get all this crud off the glass. Thanks for the :1zhelp:
 

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Have you tried plain rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover. I have used them to get dried armor-all off my windsheild. They both worked well w/o leaving a residue.
 

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Thanks Dex, I'll give that a try. I read somewhere (TCCN? CCOA? crappy memory again :rolleyes: ) that someone used a product used to clean sinks??? to clean and "polish" the glass?...anyone remember reading this or have experienced it?

PS...awright!! memory kicked in:D The product was "Bar Keepers Friend" and was featured on a Crank and Chrome episode. As anyone used this or a similar product?
 

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i dont know about the film, but when i clean my glass to get rid of the overspray on it, i use either an old grey scotchbrite pad or a white one and water to remove it. a steady stream of water when you wash the car works best. i also have used 000 grade steel wool. just dont press hard and it works great. once again a steady stream of water is the key to avoid the lil shavings coming off andrusting on the car. i use the steel wool and a very light touch to clean rust off of chrome too. i never heard of that other stuff, but i may have to find some and try it out.
 
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