Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: MoCo, MD
Feedback Score: 2 reviews
If you do it right you can buff your windows. You will need a good glass polish and buffer of course.
Look it up online.
Personally, when there are things on the window that won't come off with normal methods, I use a razor blade.
Soak the hell out of the window in your favorite Window Cleaner (ie SToNERs) and then holding the blade at a shallow angle, make quick strokes, but not in a straight line. follow the curve.
If these spots are really bad I dont reccomend that method.
And WINDEX is not bad persay, its just not good. It has harsher chemicals and solvents that can leave your window battered and abused after a while.
EDIT: Do you mean water deposits? or just water spots after you clean it? California is notorious for Boron deposits. You can also try White Vinegar, or some sort of CLR type product but be careful with the harsher chemicals, could ruin your clearcoat.
SToNERS is a great product. let it soak.
BUT if you feel like using steel wool (which isnt horrible if you do it right) I would use a good quality THICK soap to really lube it up.