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does ANYONE know how to remove that white film off the inside of ur windows? im at a loss. tried everything.
 

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White film?????

Howd it get there?....Whats it from?
 
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White film?????

Howd it get there?....Whats it from?
 
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im assuming you're talking about the hazy looking crud or whatever that builds up on the window. I had luck using a clean micro fiber rag and it cleaned up pretty well for me. A lot of people say newspaper works well for cleaning windows.
 
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it looks like cig smoke film but i dont smoke so i know that aint it. what cleaner would u use to cut that s--t off?
 
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If you don't have tint, use a flat razor scraper. Just be careful around the defroster lines.
 
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Have you tried Rubbing Alcohol?
 
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Stoner's Invisible Glass and microfiber towel. Make sure the car is in the shade and the glass is cool to the touch before cleaning. More than one cleaning may be necessary if the windows have heavy build up.
 
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Stoner's Invisible Glass and microfiber towel. Make sure the car is in the shade and the glass is cool to the touch before cleaning. More than one cleaning may be necessary if the windows have heavy build up.
x2, and a plush NICE microfiber. Not those thin cheap things that you purchase from auto parts stores or walmart. And you will be sitting there wiping the window for a long time to make sure you get ALL of the cleaner and debris off.
 
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since i smoke my rear window is a nightmare with the the haze. and tints
i have been using hot water mixed with 20% rubbing alcohol
soak it on the window the more the better
DONT DO THIS IN THE CAR WITHOUT VENTILATION
if its not tinted use newspaper
if its tinted just rub it with some microfiber towels

also heard white vinegar is good but smells
 

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