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    Removing Bore Water Stains from Glass
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    Can anyone tell me the best way to remove bore water stains from glass? A friend of mine has spots all over his windscreen and can't get rid of 'em. He's tried glass polish (not sure which brand), lemon juice, vinegar and a clay bar.

    Any advice greatly appreciated.
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    DP Glass rejuvenator

    Removes etched water marks
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    Thanks. Does this product work when applied by hand?
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    yes can be applied by hand. Depends on the mark how bad it is, may need to be applied either with an RO or better a 3 inch pad on a drill.
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    Awesome. Thanks mate
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    Also good for restoring clarity to glass head lights if your car has them.
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    I'd be interested to see how it goes - post some pics if you can.

    Good luck
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    Whoa back boys ..................

    Just a word of caution - a 3" pad n a drill can be pretty abrasive, I'd be very cautious using that method.

    Despite what you may think, windscreens are delicate little petals and can easily be damaged.
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    What would you recommend Mark? Would a 6" pad on an RO be okay?
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    Hi Alex,

    A pad on a RO should be ok, just be gentle and ake you time mate
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