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Guest Jasondt2001

I have an orbital waxer (yes the orchard one that's SAFE for morons :nope ) and I wanted to know, on my altima(05 if that helps paint a picture), it's really a long sloping flat back glass and windsheild, even the side windows are lengthy.... Can I wax them with the buffer to help keep water spots down?

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cant see it hurting anything except that you get wax all over your window trim by trying to use an orbital on them. Why not use a product made for glass?

If you already have water spots put some polish on some 000 steel wool and use that to take out the spots.

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