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I've clayed an awful lot of windows (including in the house) and NEVER had an issue like this.

 

Have you tried cleaning the glass with some APC or something strong? Was there a coat of something on the glass before claying? Glass is SO much harder than clear coat.

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Just clayed all the windows and windshield in my car a few days ago. I used Adam's glass cleaner with the Adam's Glass Cleaning MF towels to clean up. Both products are amazing and left my glass completely spotless. Maybe you just need to give them a good cleaning to remove all the residue? Hope it works out.

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Not sure about anyone's thoughts on this, but could the scratches be in result of the clay being used on his Dad's car prior and regardless of the efforts to fold it numerous times it may have had some kind of harsh contaminants that could have caused this? Just my two cents.

 

I always use 1/3 of the clay bar on a vehicle and after that it's done. Only once I've lightly clayed a car and then saved the piece to use on my shower doors.

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Update: so looking today in the sun I DO NOT see the marring I was seeing before it magically disappered :) I beliveve it was just residue from possibly the glass sealant. Either way its fixed so I'm happy, thanks for all the input guys

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I've clayed an awful lot of windows (including in the house) and NEVER had an issue like this.

 

Have you tried cleaning the glass with some APC or something strong? Was there a coat of something on the glass before claying? Glass is SO much harder than clear coat.

 

Claying "in house windows?" Oh man, if my wife ever asked me to do that I'd be hiring a contractor to install all new ones. :lol:

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