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Old 12-19-2008, 09:35 AM
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So I got some new sticks from Rob @ DieselDecals they are great stickers so far and look good. Thanks Rob!

Oh BTW the water spots are hard water spots and wont come off! And all the windows except the winshield have them.



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LOOKS GOOD,
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go get some 000 steel wool, the finest you can find, those spots will come off, and it wont hurt your glass. oh yeah, the sticker looks great!!
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go get some 000 steel wool, the finest you can find, those spots will come off, and it wont hurt your glass. oh yeah, the sticker looks great!!
Thanks, Ill try that soon. Ive tried everything under the sun except that.

BTW Vinegar and CLR stink.
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Old 12-19-2008, 10:03 AM
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yeah, i have used the steel wool before, it takes some work, but it will get rid of it. dont do it dry by the way, use a soapy water or glass cleaner.. dont press hard either, just let the wool do the work..
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yeah, i have used the steel wool before, it takes some work, but it will get rid of it. dont do it dry by the way, use a soapy water or glass cleaner.. dont press hard either, just let the wool do the work..
Thanks Rob, You already answered my next questions.
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Old 12-20-2008, 10:26 AM
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yeah, i have used the steel wool before, it takes some work, but it will get rid of it. dont do it dry by the way, use a soapy water or glass cleaner.. dont press hard either, just let the wool do the work..
I'll have to try this also

Nice looking sticker
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clay bar wax kit?? Im pretty sure that works. Its good for windows wheels paint.. really anything you want to rub clay on
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stickers look good.
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Old 12-23-2008, 01:55 PM
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clay bar wax kit?? Im pretty sure that works. Its good for windows wheels paint.. really anything you want to rub clay on
No it doesnt work. Already tried.
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