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Hi,
Washed both cars on the drive at the weekend, and decided to try out HydrO2 on the wifes car (as you do)
It is fantastic, and worked as described. No issues, and very impressive.

As I sat in my car today, and the sun hit the windows, I noticed that the windows were covered in tiny spots. It looks exactly like it does in the Summer when the car gets covered on Sap/honeydew. But, I don't get that this time of year.
Anyway, I went at it with glass cleaner, and it did not shift.
I've tried panel wipe, and after some elbow grease it looks like that will shift it.

But, i'm just trying to work out what it is. its tough old stuff!

One thought is that maybe as I sprayed the HydrO2 on the car next to it.. the fine mist was blowing onto it and curing into these tiny spots.

Does that sound possible ?

And if its possibly the hydro, is there any easier way/product that may remove it ?

Thanks!
Keith
 

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APC should remove it after it dried long time.

as you said its strong stuff even-though its easy to apply:thumb:
if you see spots or mist spots, while its fresh , take a wet sponge and apply some of the hydro2 solution you have on the sponge, rub it over the area you see spots and it will remove them, rinse with water after.

HTH
 
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