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Windscreen grease and Road film
Topic Started: Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:10 pm (506 Views)
topdog70
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Hi Guys,

trying to clean the oily crap of my 190e windscreen, does not matter how much i clean it, i cannot get it off, i have used hot water, glass cleaner, when i use the wipers i can still see like a rainbow effect on the glass.

any ideas how i can remove this, is there a solution i can use?

ty in advance........ and YES i have replaced the windscreen wiper, cleaned the glass, and it is still there after cleaning the windscreen
Edited by topdog70, Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:11 pm.
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Chunk
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Spammer Zapper

I spray some of this on the screen before washing it.
Get rid of all grease, grime and daily contaminants

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/gyeon-q2m-iron.html

Only downside is it absolutely stinks
Edited by Chunk, Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:51 pm.
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Daliscar
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Are we talking outside only ? Have you thoroughly cleaned the inside ?
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Glass Foamcleaner, and use a newspaper to wipe
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Big Ben
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Angelwax Vision! The only glass cleaner I use now. I use clarity in the screen wash and H2GO as a rain repelent. The best I have ever tried!
Edited by Big Ben, Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:13 pm.
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Daveycooper
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If itís oil of some sort, itíll need a degreaser of some sort. Iíd probably just use fairy liquid neat in modest amounts then rinse it all off. Obviously, never wash your car with fairy liquid, but localised application to the windscreen should be fine
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horatio
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Try this (super cleaning windscreen)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJkfrY2owb0

This really works with the single wiper, mine glides across now. It used to stick & squeak on the edge even after a new blade and stripping/regreasing the wiper itself.

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Shaving foam all over and then systematically pull it off with a plastic razor blade. That's clean and then treat with your choice of repellent (RainX, Duxback etc).
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