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Old 29-05-2018, 09:44 AM   #1
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Removing Renovo Revive from glass?

I recently "revived" my soft top and managed to get a few drops and streaks on the side glass. Any idea best bet for removing?

Maybe a compound/scratch remover I thought? I have Farecla scratch remover, Meguiars ultimate compound and , ssssshhh, t-cut in an old box somewhere.


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Try Bar Keepers friend (powder version) - works very well and removed a failed coating my dealer put on my windscreen before I bought the car, where everything else was failing to touch...
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I recently "revived" my soft top and managed to get a few drops and streaks on the side glass. Any idea best bet for removing?

Maybe a compound/scratch remover I thought? I have Farecla scratch remover, Meguiars ultimate compound and , ssssshhh, t-cut in an old box somewhere.


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By coincidence I have just been around to do my Daughters Saab. Lots of Renovo black Dye splashes on the side windows from previous roof work.

They are a swine to remove but I did it with Autoglym Fast Glass and a bit of elbow grease with a m/f cloth. The Fast Glass works on the stuff and shifts it.

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Old 12-06-2018, 10:22 AM   #5
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Well I can vouch for the barkeepers friend powder. worked a treat and dead easy.

Mega!

thanks all! (Andy especially)

And now for my next thread: How do you get barkeepers friend residue off of paintwork? only joking.

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