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Old 13-10-2018, 08:50 PM   #1
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Car Pro Cerri Glass before H2go

cleaning the screen for the winter and applying H2go.

Few questions:-

1. I've watched different videos - using a Rayon pad. i'm trying to get rid of much and oil etc from the screen - how many passes would I need?

2. What speed should I use the Das 6 on?

3. Will it create much dust? I am also going to wax the car and I'd rather create dust before waxing the car, if so!

4. Do I need to do anything else before applying H2go after using Cerri glass?
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Old 13-10-2018, 09:23 PM   #2
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Number of passes really depend on the glass and what you are trying to remove.

I would use speed 3'ish, heat is an issue when polishing glass so too much speed is not good.

Yes, it will dust, can dust quite a lot. Ceri Glass dries out quickly so you will need a spray bottle with some water to keep working it.

You could use some IPA afterwards to make sure you have fully removed everything or if AngleWax make a glass cleaner then that should do a good job
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Old 13-10-2018, 09:23 PM   #3
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As luck would have it i used ceriglass today.
Applied with a rayon pad on speed 4 on my Da.
I sprayed the pad with water when the polish seemed to start drying out on the windscreen.
I had no dust issues at all. Very nice product to use. I put 3 pea sized blobs on the pad and kept to a 1.5ft square section.
I did 2 sets made up of 4 passes but i was using it to remove wiper blade scratches which it did.

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Old 13-10-2018, 09:26 PM   #4
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Ceriglass is an abrasive for polishing out scratches in glass.

If you want to remove oils then use a solvent like panel wipe or ipa.

Polishing glass is messy as the polish needs to be kept wet and it splatters everywhere.

Unless glass is scratched i would recommend clay, then ipa clean, then sealant
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