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Old 11-23-2002, 12:10 PM   #11
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and Rain X anti fog.

My windows are all smudgy, and did EXACTLY as the bottle said. GRRRRRRRRRRR.

Anyways, other than whinning about it, does anyone know how to correct this?

First and foremost, the glass must be clean, then as directed apply to a light haze, then when dried splash water on surface of glass and wipe using some major elbow grease, then buff with a paper towel or clean cloth. This must be done at a warm tempeture! not cold and damp. A heated garage etc is best for cold weather application.
I've used it for years and is a good product.

My trucker friend said: Don't waste your money He uses "Coke" (as in Coca Cola)
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I use Ran-X and it works great
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I do it two different ways. The first way is: I apply it before washing my car and then let the hose run on the windsheild for a couple of minutes. Then after washing the car go back and dry it with a shamy. The other way is after I wash the car I apply it and smear it over the windsheild. Then I use a orbital buffer to "polish" the window with a foam pad. The last one works the best for me.
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