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    Baked-on water spots

    Hello all. This my first post.
    I have a 62 Electra and there are small water spots on all windows. I have not found an effective way to get them off.
    Anybody know what I should use? Thanks!

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    A little vinegar water, #000 steel wool and a bit of elbow grease should do the trick.
    Best Regards,

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    Mr Clean Magic Erasers

    I use them on all my cars windows and some paint transfer on the bumpers (Only windows on the GS). Be sure that you use a good glass cleaner as the final step.

    Spray window and magic eraser with glass cleaner and let sit for a minute

    Use magic eraser over entire window

    Clean off with micro fiber towel

    Spray on glass cleaner again and wipe off with a new micro fiber towel. Donít use the same towel you used to clean off the glass in the magic eraser step.

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