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    #41
    Baka kaya ng joy liquid soap yan...pero try it on a small portion lang muna.

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by junjuve View Post
    i have the same problem. went to the shell station where i bought the elevo and they don't know how to rectify the problem. hindi rin alam sa auto detailing shop na pinuntahan ko. ang hirap mag drive sa gabi lalo pag umuulan.

    paturo naman po kung papaano matanggal iyong haze. tia.
    hmm, it seems palpak itong ELEVO...posts here all say the same thing. a supposed glass cleaner leaves a haze...ergo, ELEVO = crap
    anyone care to enlighten us?

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    #43
    yung hazing will occur kung matuyo elevo. huwag nyo patuyuin .wash it immediately.

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    #44
    Hindi naman palpak yung Elevo, yung rain repellant nagleave talaga ng haze yan kaya nga yung advice ng marami ihanda mo na ang mga braso mo kasi hahagudin mo yan ng hahagudin ng hahagudin yung windshield mo hangang sa magpantay at mawala yung haze. May chance na magskip yung wiper mo pag nagapply ka nito.

    Yung water marks remover ng Elevo effective din pero mas ok yung spotless yung sa ACE hardware yung mga nagdemo ng vacuum meron sila nito. Medyo basa na basahan then iapply yung spotless, ihagod hangang sa mawala.

    Paano macheck yung watermarks?? basain mo yung salamin or kung may polarized ka na shades makikita mo ito.

    Sa nagdetail daw ng glass para sa wiper marks balita ko meron sa aguila glass 500 lahat na. Saan ang aguila glass? iGoogle mo pre!

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    #45
    mga sir,

    meron na po bang nakapagpatanggal nung haze na lumabas after gamitan ng elevo yung windshield?

    kakagamit ko lang po kasi nung isang araw.. natuwa nga ako ang bilis matanggal yung acid rain...kaso..

    ayun lumitaw ang haze na dinadaanan ng wiper.. hirap tuloy magmaneho sa gabi..

    hoping for your help.. salamat po..

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    #46
    sirs, please help, my winshield has road grime., minsan pag madilim ang kalye at umuulan. sumasabog ilaw ng kasalubong sa kalye,delikado. kaya ba tanggalin ito ng joy or kailangan na sa big berts or aguila glass? thanks for any advice sirs

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    #47
    i had my previous mitsu lancer's windshield scratched by the wiper arm din ng matanggal yung pagka-clamp sa blade assembly. so nagkaroon ng deep scratch sa dinaanan ng clamp. buti one sweep lang at napatay ko rin agad wiper kaya not as deep as it could have been kung nakailang sweep pa siya. anyway, i bought this 3M glass scratch remover yata yun. after several application on my first try medyo bumaba yung pagkalalim nung scratch. after i think two more applications several weeks apart, medyo not so visible na siya. YMMV though.

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_2192 View Post
    I'm not sure kung meron pa sa buy and sell ang scratch removal detailing dati meron sa may timog ave. gas station tapos nawala na lang. My old car talagang gasgas windshield lumabo dinala ko doon naayos din as in deep scratch nagawan ng paraan the glass really looks like new.
    same problem here,san pa kaya meron nun,dito ako sa san pedro laguna,malapit alabang,

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    #49
    Any recommended shops that are excellent at glass detailing?

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by bpascal View Post
    Any recommended shops that are excellent at glass detailing?
    Not a lot of shops do glass detailing, from what I've seen - and I'd be doubtful how well they do it, even if they did. Glass detailing, particularly removal of swirls and scratches, requires specialized glass polishing (rayon) pads and cerium-oxide based glass polishes, mainly because glass is so much harder than paint. You also really need a machine - preferably a rotary - if you're planning on doing more than cleaning up water marks; the effort required is just not something you can do manually.

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