Originally Posted by HaZal2d0uS
I'll try 4ot steel wool on my windows next time. They've got scratches from going up and down a lot and there's some decent rubbing that I half-way corrected near the top. If that doesn't work I'll put the spare windows that I've got lying around in my garage
i noticed that in the pics of the 'water bead test'
you'll have to look for it, but last time i was on autopia(at least a year ago), there was a how-to thread with a at-the-time-new kit for polishing/buffing out scratches like that.. i want to say he was using a dark-colored toyota 4-door to demo the product...
currently, i use stoners invisible glass to clean my windows, and rain-x for water repellent, though i've been meaning to pick up a can of phaze glaze to do what i used to do when i worked at a car dealership-- get some buffing wheel overspray on the windshield, let it dry, then wipe it off(the stuff works better then rain-x!)