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    Quote Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
    Adrian, is there a way to take windshield wiper marks out a windshield? I tried a compound but it might have been too fine. Any suggestions?

    Just follow a rock hauler a little to close and let insurance replace it.
    Glass is a royal pain in the rear end to buff out.
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    I hear ya, Scott. My own research found a bunch of videos that all use specialized buffers and slurries.. outta my league. I bought one of my vans with these marks and they always drive me crazy when I have to drive it.
    Ken Fenner
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    Quote Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
    I hear ya, Scott. My own research found a bunch of videos that all use specialized buffers and slurries.. outta my league. I bought one of my vans with these marks and they always drive me crazy when I have to drive it.

    Come on Ken we all know you don't go out into the field any more
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPro View Post
    Come on Ken we all know you don't go out into the field any more
    LOL.. sometimes I have to move it across the lot.

    I've been out working for a living all spring. Its been fun, I dropped 15 lbs and well I am over that now that things have slowed down. This windshield still bothers me though.
    Ken Fenner
    PressurePros, Inc
    House Washing
    Pressure Washing Companies




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    Quote Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
    Adrian, is there a way to take windshield wiper marks out a windshield? I tried a compound but it might have been too fine. Any suggestions?

    There is a way to buff glass. Look up Eastwood company they have a kit.
    Adrian Gentry
    Pressure Professors Inc
    678-920-4153

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    BUffing headlights....interesting

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    I use regular white tooth paste, and a rag . Cheap and it works

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    The haze still comes back in 6 months. Best thing to do is just replace the headlights.
    Chad Johnson
    East Tennessee Power Washing
    Knoxville, Tn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Johnson View Post
    The haze still comes back in 6 months. Best thing to do is just replace the headlights.
    I had the same experience.

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