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Junkman's Glass Cleaning Tutorial

In this video, I show how I obtain perfectly clean glass using an inexpensive cleaner and towels. If you have tinted windows, make sure that you use an ammonia-free window cleaner. Watch and be amazed!


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-17-2016, 10:15 AM
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Lol, "Assault with deadly breath."

Opened my eyes bigtime. Thanks Junkman

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I was having a clown moment.
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My biggest issue with cleaning windshields at the dealership is having a clean towel to wipe with. Every time I try to keep one dry for the polishing stage, newbie has to grab it and soak it with glass cleaner.

Good video Junkman!
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Thanks for watching.
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The previous owner of my 09 GT, apparently too lazy or cheap to replace a bad wiper blade on the drivers side, caused a noticeable scratch/groove in the glass. You can't really feel it with your finger but it's definitely there. Any way to polish something like that out?

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The previous owner of my 09 GT, apparently too lazy or cheap to replace a bad wiper blade on the drivers side, caused a noticeable scratch/groove in the glass. You can't really feel it with your finger but it's definitely there. Any way to polish something like that out?
Yep, but you don't want to try it if you can feel it at all.

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Nice!

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