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Question Windshield and window film removal

How do u remove what appears to be dry liquid wax that run down fm the car's top without being removed before it dried??

I tried Windex, and window wipes without any luck?

Someone suggested using vinegar. What do u think?

TIA,

Serge
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hmmm, vinegar is probably not going to work much better than windex, plus it smells awful... I'm assuming this is glass, not a plastic convertible top. why not just scrape it very carefully with a sharp razor blade? If it's actually wax, heat should also soften it up. Try a heat gun and maybe a little solvent to remove any oily mess.
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i use cleanser.

bon-ami brand.

works great.
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