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Posted 19 August 2016 - 10:19 AM

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Hi, my windscreen seems like having spots like paint on it and I work near shipyard. I went to Dr Glass and he polished the glass and it is smooth again, but a few weeks then the problem comes back again. Does anybody knows what is the problem and how to prevent it?? 



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Posted 19 August 2016 - 11:58 AM

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Hi, my windscreen seems like having spots like paint on it and I work near shipyard. I went to Dr Glass and he polished the glass and it is smooth again, but a few weeks then the problem comes back again. Does anybody knows what is the problem and how to prevent it?? 

 

Try parking indoor if you are currently parking in the open.

 

My car also has brown coloured spots on body and windscreen found during car wash. I suspect it may be from trees.



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Posted 19 August 2016 - 12:05 PM

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Try parking indoor if you are currently parking in the open.

 

My car also has brown coloured spots on body and windscreen found during car wash. I suspect it may be from trees.

 

No choice, my company only have outdoor parking. I heard from people that it might be sandblasting or paint from nearby shipyards... 



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Posted 19 August 2016 - 12:05 PM

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Yellowish? Tree sap
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No choice, my company only have outdoor parking. I heard from people that it might be sandblasting or paint from nearby shipyards... 

 

Yah lor...the root problem is outdoor parking...if you park under shed, problem will be solved.

 

Mine is open air parking so my car is also subjected to the elements of nature.

 

I also find that dark grey seems to attract bird poop. Whenever I parked under trees...sure kena left right centre.



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Posted 19 August 2016 - 12:34 PM

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It's the paint on the windscreen. I had that issue after I sent my previous ride for a respray. Apparently, the newspaper covering it flew off and affected certain parts of the Windscreen. It's those very fine paint which was not visible but it kind of blur our the vision a little and cause wiper judder.

The solar film shop that installed the film prior to the spray job helped to eradicate the issue by using the back part of saw blade to scrap off the layer of paint.

Hope this helps...

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Posted 19 August 2016 - 01:23 PM

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No choice, my company only have outdoor parking. I heard from people that it might be sandblasting or paint from nearby shipyards... 

there is a solution and it is very easy. go buy a car cover and cover it up when u park there. the only down side is you will be the only odd car with car cover. if you can bare with it then problem solved


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I saw someone using this in an open space carpark.

 


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I saw someone using this in an open space carpark.

 

 

Very interesting product!



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It's the paint on the windscreen. I had that issue after I sent my previous ride for a respray. Apparently, the newspaper covering it flew off and affected certain parts of the Windscreen. It's those very fine paint which was not visible but it kind of blur our the vision a little and cause wiper judder.

The solar film shop that installed the film prior to the spray job helped to eradicate the issue by using the back part of saw blade to scrap off the layer of paint.

Hope this helps...

Can just use pen knife blade?? Just use the back of the blade to scrap the glass??

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Posted 21 August 2016 - 06:57 PM

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Can just use pen knife blade?? Just use the back of the blade to scrap the glass??


That's what they did with hacksaw blade.

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 12:48 PM

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Hi, just wan to ask where to buy claybar for glass? Autobaccs have??


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