Can anyone reccommend a windshield polish that will perhaps remove a wiper blade mark? Thanks,... Tim
There is a national business called "novus" that does glass polishing. Doing it yourself is very tricky because anything that will cut the glass will generate a hot spot and if the spot gets too hot the expansion of that area will shatter the glass.
Glass polishing is something best left to professionals.
Actually, you CAN "polish" or remove light scratches from the windshield. The criteria is: if you can feel a groove in the glass with your fingernail, it's too late. Hazing from dry wipers, minor sand marks on glass will come off.
I believe that Eastood has this kit. I have purchased on several occaisions from the "buffing" Vendors @ the Rod Shows. It consists of a small jar of special polishing powder and a little hard fiber pad that fits a chuck. It was less than 20$, and the biggest expense was the sore arms from holding the darn drill for hours. It takes a while. NOTE: For Cleaning--Bon Ami powdered cleanser, a grocery store item, is a real fine cleanser powder, and will really clean a windshield that has "scummed" up after winter, or years of use. hope this helps! Kayo.
I saw some sanding pads at autozone the other day in the paint section that said it would remove scratches and wiper blade marks. It came in a box with I think 3 pads and a chuck, It might be worth a try.