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Re: Crappy Windshield (archive)

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Posted by RKL on October 24, 2000 at 16:59:03:

In Reply to: Crappy Windshield posted by Joe Ording on October 23, 2000 at 18:09:28:

Had the same problem - tried the Eastwood polish method. As in other posts, very tedious and messy. The results were not very good - the glass did distort in some places. You really have to take your time with the buffer/polish method. I ultimately got the window replaced via car insurance. It was not original glass, and as a plus, the tint stripe at the top of the window is wider - looks better.

Don't waste your time, replace it.

-rkl '94 540ia

Howdy,

The windshield on my car is ugly. I would describe it as being 'hazed'. Lots of little tiny nicks in it. If the sun hits it it's like having a sheet thrown over the car, I can't see out. I'm wondering if I can do something to help clear this up, or do I need to buy a new windshield?

Thanks,
Joe Ording





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