by Lee Wyatt
(last updated September 11, 2017)
With older mobile homes, cars, trucks, and even boats you can find yourself faced with a rather serious problem, stained and etched glass. Typically, these stains will not come off by simply using a little bit of Windex. In cases like this, cleaning stained auto glass can become a tad more time consuming, labor intensive, and even a little expensive. Here are a few guidelines that you can use to help ensure that you get the job done right.
One word of warning before you begin cleaning your stained auto glass. These guidelines were designed with the idea that your glass is, in fact, glass. If your "glass" is instead Plexiglas, or some other kind of plastic "glass," then these guidelines will not work for you. Also, keep in mind that if you are uneasy at all about doing this kind of work yourself, then you should have a professional do it for you.
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