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Good Fix for window streak marks?

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#1 SovereignMK


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Posted 10 October 2003 - 12:48 PM

For those of you that get the streaks from the rollors pushing on the window glass(power windows), have any of you found a good fix (besides replacing the glass).


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Posted 10 October 2003 - 01:15 PM

I used to work in a auto glass warehouse (Safelite), and from what I remember, you could buff them off. Problem is this will end up distorting the glass. If you do buff it, try to keep it cool, do it a little at a time. We rarely buffed on tempered glass cause it's so hard. Windshields on the other hand are so soft they distort really easily.
I think Bon-ami powder is used by alot of car manufacturers to lightly buff the windows before they leave for sale.

I want to get rid of my streaks too, but I figured they would just end up coming back unless I got new rollers or something. I don't know, if you try it, I'd like to hear about your results.:headbang:

Just my 2 cents.

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 11:44 AM

Thanks for the info, Looks like I get some new glass at the junkyard and then test the buffing on my old stuff. Will let you know.


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