Cleaning Hard Water Spots Off Windows

Use shower cleaner, a green scrubbie pad, and water.

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February 20, 20170 found this helpful

Don't use the green scrubbie pads. They SCRATCH glass. Use a white one made for glass.

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June 8, 20170 found this helpful

Use a green scrubby sponge only if you want to destroy the glass. I used it now my glass is scratched from one end to the other!

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September 12, 20170 found this helpful

NO! Do NOT use the green level of 3M scouring pads (or any other green level of abrasive pad unless you want your glass scratched big time!

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I have cleaned windows for years and I thought I would try GENTLY using a green pad on stubborn marks on windows-- I ended up putting scratching in the glass.
If you use a scouring pad, no coarser level than a white or possibly a red level pad. Not real sure about a blue level pad; could try in an inconspicuous spot.

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November 4, 20170 found this helpful

NEVER use a green scrubbie on your windows, it will leave small scratches that are worse than water spots

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