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Old 11-03-2011, 03:27 PM   #31
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"Pour over the can of coke and rub the window – then wipe it off with a damp cloth (to ensure the removal of any sticky residue from the sugars"
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"Pour over the can of coke and rub the window – then wipe it off with a damp cloth (to ensure the removal of any sticky residue from the sugars"
No sticky in Diet Coke.

Have you tried vinegar water and newspapers yet?
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Not Diet Coke. Regular Coke. You can't use Diet Coke.
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so far claybar looks like a winner according to Meguiars.
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I tried RainX once and thought it was the worst invention ever. It went on a brand new car, clean windshield, and the results were horrible. There is a nearly full bottle somewhere in the landfill.
Yes, clay will take it off.
I use Meguire's #16 wax on my cars and on all the windows. The rain just rolls off and I rarely need to use my wipers.
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If you get it off the windshield, be sure to replace the wiper blades. They absorb it and put it right back on the windshield again.
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If you get it off the windshield, be sure to replace the wiper blades. They absorb it and put it right back on the windshield again.
So far so good with putting Meguiars quick wax on after claybar

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