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The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

So my windshield looks like this under low-angle sunlight and in oncoming headlights.



I thought it was just dirty, but a few different class cleaning products did absolutely NOTHING to fix it. I suspect that the original owner left some really dirty wiper blades on there long enough for dirt particles to score the glass.

Is anyone aware of a product to fix this, or am I on the hook for a new windshield? It's outright dangerous to drive the way it is now.
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I would try taking a buffer and some cleaner wax to it.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

A very fine compound would help, but at this stage, replacement is going to be your best bet.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

ya my car had the same thing- im guessing the wipers we left on for a long time when it wasnt raining or maybe they just had really crappy wipers.
nothing i tried helped so i just got a new windshield. - maybe there was some defect in the glass?
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

Easyyyy fix!!! Get acetone and a clean rag and wipe away.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

Did you use Windex?

also did you use crumbled up newspaper or paper towels to wipe?
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

I've seen the rainx 2-1 glass cleaner and similar products do something like this. Im sure you know that some glass cleaning products have a substance in them that causes rain to bead up and roll away so you dont have to use your wipers on the highway. Windshield washer fluid do the same thing but usually only happens when its gunked up on the blades. Try cleaning with Stoner glass cleaner or some sort of mineral free alcohol.
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I will second the Stoner glass cleaner with crumbled newspaper.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

i've heard steel wool works.
rain-x makes a cleaning compound that you could try as well.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

perma-haze sucks. i wouldnt try steel wool.
my grandma used windex with newspaper. or lemon juice with newspaper.
acetone rules for removing decals. whatever you use do a small area in a corner somewhere out of your viewing area first.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

i've heard the fine-grade steel wool thing, but never tried it. i would be worth a shot.
worse comes to worse, add glass coverage to your insurance policy, and hit it with a hammer.
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

I"m in the art glass business for over a decade, so here goes.
Windex is garbage and always streaks.
Start with the least caustic first---SprayWay aerosol NON Ammonia based foaming glass cleaner. Spray it on and leave it 10 minutes. Spray again before wiping off with cloth. May need several applications.
Next try vinegar and newspaper- careful around the paint.
If these don't work, try 91% Isopropyl alcohol and newspaper.
If you think there's some bizzarre oily coating, you can take a mix of Dawn and water and elbow grease.
Worst case scenario, a window cleaner of any kind--LIBERALLY APPLIED-- and a NEW straight edge razor blade held at a fairly low angle and start at the top and blade making sure the glass is always wet where you're blading. Never blade glass dry.
The steel wool will leave hairline scratches everywhere.
Never tried Acetone, but it will take tinting off eyeglass lenses, so that might work----just make sure it doesn't get near the paint,rubber or plastic.
There used to be a polishing compound for glass called Bon-Ami that was sold in hardware stores and groceries----just make sure you use a lot of water with it.
Last resort, stop by a glass shop and ask them to inspect it and reccommend a cleaner as I can't be specific without seeing it/feeling the surface.
If nothing works, make sure you have comp coverage on the car and a BFH like the previous post suggested...
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

Acetone on polycarbonate eyeglass lenses cause them to crack like mine:


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Phantom, you're absolutely right. The lenses that we removed lens tint on were glass, hence my warning about getting acetone on paint, rubber or plastic
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Is now a bad time to suggest crisco?

Mother's chrome polish. If it doesn't do the job 100%, it'll give you enough clarity until you can get around to the new(er) windshield. Future maintenance: chamois will get that glass perfect.

Ummm guess everyone forgot the glass peeps who fix windshield cracks can fix this too? They have a whole truck for crap like this. And always have an extra pair of wiperblades handy. They don't cost as much as cheappo people portray.
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Vinegar water and newspaper is the best way to get a streak free shine. Grandma taught me that one
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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

Thanks everyone, got a ton of things to try now.

I happen to work in a QC laboratory, so I scrubbed at it with HPLC-Grade pure acetone and paper towels. No effect. Phantom240, I'm impressed that your polycarbonate lenses didn't immediately melt under acetone. It must have been a weak solution, a single drip onto the push button of a plastic pen is enough to fuse it into one piece for me at work.

Glassartpeoria, can any of those methods take scratches out of glass, or are they all for cleaning? If pure acetone did nothing, I'm pretty sure I'm looking at thousands of scratches.

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Re: The glass cleaners... They do nothing!

the interior detailer will have ingredients that evaporate and stick to the glass, is there a silicone hazing on the inside of the glass? or scratches on the exterior of the glass caused by the wiper blades?


stop applying that crap to the inside of your car, its difficult to removed from the glass even with stoners product
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The methods I use don't remove scratches. If the tempered glass I work on has scratches when delivered, I call the supplier for replacement as the laminates on glass I use will leave a bubble there. A friend has had some success with Bon-Ami. The early scratch removal systems actually ground a slight concave in the glass, thus creating an anomaly in your field of vision. I hear the new scratch removal systems are much better. Also, if you do too much "grinding" on the surface of tempered glass, you remove the surface tension and will create a weak spot in the glass. I think you likely need a GOOD glazier and have them choose the compound and equipt. to use. Someone who specializes in auto glass. Most automotive finish compunds need to be watered down or you will likely put swirls in tempered glass. My suggestions were for you to start with the least invasive thing first--to clean it well. Hell, I'd try a can of Coke, you never know...it takes exhaust residue off rear windows.
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