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This is a discussion on hard windows to clean within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by Z06-Goose Yup! +1 I have a similar one not made by stoners but I use stoners glass ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    Yup! +1
    I have a similar one not made by stoners but I use stoners glass cleaner with mine....

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    yeah the stoner glass cleaner / cleaining tool is badass. i like their tire shine a LOT too. its not shiny, it just makes em black, and doesn't sling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    I have one also and know where Y2K got his!!!!

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    kinda off topic...but the camaro i just picked up has a lot of fine scratches all over the back glass....any options?

    I was kinda thinking about just using rain-X....see if itll hide em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    kinda off topic...but the camaro i just picked up has a lot of fine scratches all over the back glass....any options?

    I was kinda thinking about just using rain-X....see if itll hide em.
    http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...oduct_Count=16

    "We searched for years trying to find a glass polish that really works as advertised. Frustrated with the results, we decided to engineer our own. Introducing Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™. Formulated with mild abrasives, Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ deep cleans and polishes all glass surfaces with ease. It quickly removes acid rain spots, hard water spots, road film, stubborn bird stains, and that annoying interior glass film. Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ is so effective, it even removes fine to medium scratches. We have yet to find a stain that Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ did not remove from glass. It leaves glass crystal clear and sparkling."

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    SWEET, thanks.

    It also looks like somehow the windshield wiper arm rubbed the windshield for awhile and made a curved scratch...ill see if i can get that out too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...oduct_Count=16

    "We searched for years trying to find a glass polish that really works as advertised. Frustrated with the results, we decided to engineer our own. Introducing Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™. Formulated with mild abrasives, Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ deep cleans and polishes all glass surfaces with ease. It quickly removes acid rain spots, hard water spots, road film, stubborn bird stains, and that annoying interior glass film. Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ is so effective, it even removes fine to medium scratches. We have yet to find a stain that Z-12 Clear-View Glass Polish™ did not remove from glass. It leaves glass crystal clear and sparkling."
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