Oh ok...I didnt realize you were answering the question about scratch-x directly in that reply. I was looking for a quoted answer, or atleast an answer citing the name of the product in question.
Also, I wanted to say with impressed enthusiasm that the previous steps used to clean a a bathrooms shower door with 8 years of hard water build up is amazing. Seriously.
I wanted to see what youre talking about with "water spots" on a windshield, so I walked outside and found one on my windshield....I wasnt able to test anything because well...I wiped it off with my finger.
Who would of thought...
I'm not sure what exactly a shower door in a bathroom under low light conditions has to do with a cars windshield in real life scenarios, in natural light...?
I believe my idea of what #4 does is a bit skewed. I was under the impression that it was a polish. My sincerest apologies if I was wrong. So...that being said, it made sense that you wouldnt want to slap a layer of polish onto glass. Wouldnt you agree?
Sure, itll clean surface contaminants, but it will also leave a reflective layer that might be distracting to a driver.
Oh and thanks for the link to a spell checker. Im not sure where I mispelled something, but id be happy to made aware of it.
I didnt know we were being judged by spelling here anyways.
....People still use IE?