Always heard brake fluid damages car paint.
But never heard about Coke being used on glass.
Coke was recommended for cleaning chrome car bumpers.
Like old soldiers, they just faded away.
Hey, I didn't say it worked. Just that it was "recommended."
I never paid attention to anybody recommending that.
Just used the chrome cleaner they sold in stores.
That always worked.
Drank the Coke. (-:
I never had a problem in the desert, then was thinking how much I used
them. After two years my paint was going bad, and hoses under the hood
started going bad.
I used aa heavily on my tires, they started cracking after a year.
It's hard to tell what the blades are made of. Might be vinyl. Maybe a
vinyl conditioner. I usually like to wax my windshields to.
email@example.com posted for all of us...
And I know how to SNIP
I did not read all the posts on this but I wanted to remove it from the outside
because I didn't like it. I called the factory. According to them it forms a
bond with the glass. They stated the only thing that will remove it is either
BonAmi window cleaner ("never scratches") or Clorox Soft Scrub. Scrub is the
keyword. I used the lemon scented as I did not want bleach around the car.
I tried alcohol, lacquer thinner, silicone remover, acetone, all kinds of
miracle glass cleaners - all no joy.
Jim Yanik posted for all of us...
And I know how to SNIP
Yes, I could control and test these in very small areas and amounts. You are
confusing me with the general idiots, I just don't poor the quart on then let
it fly. Soft Scrub does splatter, even in small amounts.
Don't assume I am an idiot.
On Monday, February 6, 2012 at 12:55:16 PM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I had this same problem on interior and exterior. Tried every non-lethal th
ing I owned. None of them worked. Found a review of a product from Griot's
Garage and it worked. Griot's Garage 6" Glass Polishing Pad along with Grio
t's glass polishing liquid removed the remains of a RainX windshield sealer
that was distorting my vision during rain storms. Pad and polishing liquid
required 30 minutes work and I now no longer have the problem. Great prod
uct - found them on Amazon but can buy them direct from Griot's Garage too.
Highly recommend them.
On Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 3:14:22 PM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
thing I owned. None of them worked. Found a review of a product from Griot'
s Garage and it worked. Griot's Garage 6" Glass Polishing Pad along with Gr
iot's glass polishing liquid removed the remains of a RainX windshield seal
er that was distorting my vision during rain storms. Pad and polishing liqu
id required 30 minutes work and I now no longer have the problem. Great pr
oduct - found them on Amazon but can buy them direct from Griot's Garage to
o. Highly recommend them.
Your answer is 4 years overdue...he's already sold the car.
Yes, and I bought the car. Getting the Rain-X off was really rather
easy. I used 80 grit paper in a belt sander and it took seconds to get
rif of it. Another advantage is the car is not as hot since the sun no
longer penetrates the glass. I use a periscope to see where I am going.
On Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 7:39:57 PM UTC-5, Stormin Mormon wrote:
Why is that? Ed only replied as you often do (Ed is abit funnier though) trying to be absurd.
Rain-X is great stuff (oh wait, that's foam in a can?). It's the only thing that will get you by, with no wipers!
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