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Old 14-02-2018, 04:47 PM   #1
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H2GO - Not as expected?

Can someone tell me if I've applied it wrong? I cleaned the glass by hand during the wash as normal, then cleaned it with a glass cleaning cloth and Fast Glass. I buffed that out, then applied the H20 via a foam applicator, rubbing in circles ensuring I covered the whole panel. I left it for 10 mins before removing with a clean, short pile MF cloth.

The water doesn't sheet off as well as I was expecting, and I get wiper blade shudder when there's only a little water to wipe away.

I didn't clay the glass or anything, as it's only 6 weeks old so I figured there's not going to be much in the form of bonded contaminants yet. Perhaps that's where I messed up?
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Old 14-02-2018, 04:54 PM   #2
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I normally clay and use barkeepers friend before putting h2go on Windows, I have tried it without any prep before and didn't find it too bad but did have smears, maybe try cleaning your wiper blades?

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Old 14-02-2018, 05:01 PM   #3
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The powder version of Bar Keepers friend is brilliant stuff

I stopped using any products on my windscreen due to smearing and some judder at low speeds - I tried everything I could think of and always had the issue...

I use my stuff on side / rear windows now and it’s great.
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Can someone tell me if I've applied it wrong? I cleaned the glass by hand during the wash as normal, then cleaned it with a glass cleaning cloth and Fast Glass. I buffed that out, then applied the H20 via a foam applicator, rubbing in circles ensuring I covered the whole panel. I left it for 10 mins before removing with a clean, short pile MF cloth.

The water doesn't sheet off as well as I was expecting, and I get wiper blade shudder when there's only a little water to wipe away.

I didn't clay the glass or anything, as it's only 6 weeks old so I figured there's not going to be much in the form of bonded contaminants yet. Perhaps that's where I messed up?
What product was on the screen beforehand ?

Fast glass will not remove remnants of previous coatings.
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Old 14-02-2018, 05:15 PM   #5
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The powder version of Bar Keepers friend is brilliant stuff

I stopped using any products on my windscreen due to smearing and some judder at low speeds - I tried everything I could think of and always had the issue...

I use my stuff on side / rear windows now and it’s great.
Andy I chanced some tough seal on the wife's used ipa wash before happy so far no smear or judder
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Old 14-02-2018, 05:30 PM   #6
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Had it dried/cured totally?
10 minuets doesn’t sound long enough with these cold temps we are having.


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Old 14-02-2018, 05:56 PM   #7
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I apply a second coat after the first has cured (use the finger swipe test) before buffing off and haven't had any problems.

Use a damp MF if you have and difficulty buffing the product off.

A great sealant given the modest cost.

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Old 14-02-2018, 06:09 PM   #8
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Thanks, guys, a few things to try. Unless there was a factory product on, which I doubt, as there was no hydrophobic effect, there was nothing on prior.
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Andy I chanced some tough seal on the wife's used ipa wash before happy so far no smear or judder

Cheers bud - might give that a go.

Need to get some ipa now
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As am aside what's the curing time of h2go this time of year for the side and rear window
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