Try Eastwood Company. I have seen a glass polishing
kit for antique cars in their catalog. Might have it
at their website.
--- Mark Belcik <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hey, I have a few shallow groove-like scratches on
> my windshield from the
> wiperblades. Does anyone have any ideas on how to
> get that out? OR are
> we talking about the same thing here? I've tried
> just cleaning them and
> using the rain x but the grooves are in the window.
> ANy ideas?
> On Tue, 23 Nov 1999 04:33:29 -0600 Dave Geis
> <email@example.com> writes:
> > >
> > > > May one of you team.netters can help me out.
> The windshield on
> > my
> > > > daughter's car is really streaked up.
> > >
> > > Try vineger and water. Actual glass cleaner is
> really the best
> > thing to
> > > use, and should work for you.
> > Another thing I learned in a detailing school is
> Bon Ami. Hose the
> > windshield
> > down, sprinkle some on, rub it in with a paper
> towel and hose it off
> > well
> > (including the paint that it runs down on). DO NOT
> let it dry out on
> > the glass
> > and DO NOT use anything other than Bon Ami brand.
> > --
> > Dave Geis - #25 FM 1982 Morton Formula Vee
> > Who needs a roof?...or doors...or lights...or
> > Wichita Region SCCA -