Duragloss 755 Automotive Glass Water Spot Remover – 8 oz. Review
List Price : $10.49
Price : $9.01
Code : B0007IJR1I
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- A safe and effective glass polish for all automotive glass
- Gentle cleaner removes what is on the glass without harming the glass itself
- Safely removes water spots, tree sap, bugs and stubborn road film using a combination of cleaners and abrasives
- Contains lubricants to protect the glass from abrasion
Duragloss nu-glass is a blend of cleaners and selected abrasives formulated to remove water spots from glass surfaces without scratching. Duragloss nu-glass can be applied by hand or mechanical buffer. Many drivers are afraid to polish their vehicle's windshields for fear of scratching it. Duragloss nu-glass is a safe way to polish glass without scratching, distorting or damaging the glass. This gentle cleaner removes what is on the glass without harming the glass itself. Before your reach for steel wool or some harsh solvent, try Duragloss nu-glass. It safely removes water spots, tree sap, bugs and stubborn road film using a combination of cleaners and abrasives. The abrasives smooth the outermost glass by polishing away rough water spots and dislodging stubborn bugs and sap. The cleaners remove films and dirt that cloud your visibility. Duragloss nu-glass contains lubricants to protect the glass from abrasion. Apply it by hand or with a buffer to easily remove imperfections and improve the clarity of automotive glass. If you don't have a buffer, a great alternative is the spot buffs kit, which includes 4 inch pads and a backing plate for use on an electric drill, not included. Use the white polishing pad on glass. It enhances the smoothing ability of the polish but it will not scratch the glass. If applying by hand, use a polyfoam applicator. Once you've polished your vehicle's glass, use Duragloss rain repel 751, not included, to seal and protect the glass. Remove water spots, tree sap, bugs and road film without scratching. Duragloss nu-glass is a safe, practical glass polish that really works.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #6241 in Automotive
- Size: 8-Oz
- Brand: Duragloss
- Model: 755
- Released on: 2013-11-01
- Dimensions: 1.80" h x 2.50" w x 6.90" l, 1.00 pounds
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Recommend to use with an electric buffer, but works great!
I rarely write reviews, but my wife said I had to post about this after using it on her new car. We purchased a used 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe. There were some water spots on all 4 side windows and the rear window, but I assumed they would come off when I washed it. I gave the car a full wash when we got it home, but the water spots were extremely stubborn. I called the dealership and asked if they had any secrets for stubborn waterspots. He wasn't much help.
I tried: 1) Windex 2) Rain-X Glass Cleaner 3) Mixture of Vinegar and Water and Newspaper 4) 100% Vinegar 5) CLR 6) Lime-away 7) Scrubbing Bubbles 8) Denatured Alcohol 9) Steel Wool with Vinegar
Fortunately, none of these damaged my windows. However, they didn't diminish the water spots at all, either. So, I went where I usually go when I need the answer to something. Hopped on Amazon, typed in "Waterspot Glass Cleaner" and read the reviews on a few products. Nu-Glass seemed to be the answer.
I will say that I did use a circular electric buffer, which definitely helped. I did one round on all the windows, left it to "haze over" like the directions say and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Then I came back with a clean, dry towel and wiped off the haze. The water spots were definitely lighter. It took 3 applications on the back window, but now there are no longer any water spots on the rear window. I was only able to get 2 applications on the side windows before it got dark, but they are almost perfect. One more application should be good. I've used about 1/4 of the bottle thus far.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful.
Perfect Alternative to the Discontinued GS6 Glass Polish
GS6 / Glass Polish by Permatex which I have used for 20 years seems to be discontinued! I tried the Rain-X type X-Treme cleaner which has glass abrasives but it did not work at removing the hard water spots on my vehicles. I looked everywhere for my trusty old GS6 and NO ONE even knew what glass polish was! One older guy from a NAPA knew about it and said they have not had it for years and can no longer order it. I called Permatex and am told they no longer manufacture it...WHAT !!! WHY!!! ...ok....So I buy this as a last ditch effort and am so happy! the Nu-Glass is exactly like the old Glass Polish / GS6 by Permatex. It acts the same way, applies the same way, feels the same, and works just as good! THANK YOU for having this!
Should not be used unless you understand what glass polish is because it can easily scratch your paint during application if you don't take time and are cautious. Just do some research and buy this if you have hard water spots. This will make your window so clean and clear you will think you don't have any glass when driving. TIP: Apply 2 times by hand with a "terry" towel folded (not mirco) and use elbow grease to scrub the glass. Apply a third time using a DA with a polishing or finishing pad. be sure to tape your corners to protect trim and paint. Other note: You do not want ANY water or wetness! This is not like paint polish, any moisture on the glass or application cloth will produce poor results....also be sure you apply in shade on cool glass.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful.
By A. Pritchard
This stuff is amazing when used with a Porter Cable 2424 and the Griot Garage white glass pads. My windows came so amazingly clean, they actually feel like smooth glass again. Removed all water spots.