How to Clean Acid Rain From Car Windows

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Acid rain can be removed from car windows by using a number of products that should be rubbed onto the surface with a microfiber towel. Avoid using chemicals that are too harsh when attempting to remove acid rain spots with help from a professional car detailing specialist in this free video on auto detailing and cleaning.

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Video Transcript

Hi my name is Nick Charette. I am here at Concord Auto Spa and I am going to show you how to get acid rain spots out of your window. There are a few products out there that say that they can get it done. If it is not really too bad you will be able to get it done but if it is really in there, it is taking a beating, you are on the West Coast, you have got more smog, acid rain you may need to take it to a body shop, wet sand it down and you may even need to get a new windshield but this is pretty much the process of the products that are out there. You take it, you put it on a rag. You don't need that much. Goop it all up on the rag, wherever your acid rain is go in a circular motion with it. Really try to work it in there especially if it is really bad. It is not supposed to disappear right away but it may disappear it depends on how much effort you put into it. Once you are done rubbing it on there you want to take a microfiber towel, buff it away and hopefully you are left with a nice clean surface acid rain spot free and that is basically how you would get rid of acid rain spots on our windshield or any window on your car if the product is available to you and if it is not too harsh. Otherwise you would really want to take it to a body shop and have them look at it wet sand it down, do what they can and this really could be beyond a detailing means but you really don't know that much but see the application and have somebody look at it.


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