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Wavey Davey

"clouded" windshield ?

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I have a windshield that has a "clouded" area on it.

Like a dirty spot or white area that won't come off with standard cleaning. It's on the outside, almost like it's etched.

Anyone have any suggestions to remove it? Thanks.

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Are you sure its not the two pieces of glass delaminating?

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I don't know that, hard to tell, could be.

I've seen insulated glass that gets clouded between the panes when the seal goes and moisture condensates, I haven't seen a windshield do it before.

If that's the case I guess I'm out of luck, live with it or replace the windshield.

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I would get the window replaced if you have glass coverage. Clouded glass is a hazard in my opinion.

Nothing a golf ball in a sock won't fix!!!

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I've thought of the insurance thing. The clouded area is not in the driver's line of sight, it's on the passenger side.

I recently bought the car for my daughter to drive, didn't notice it at first. I think I'll just let it go unless it get spreads and gets worse.

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It's a Ford. I haven't looked at it closer since you mentioned possible delamination. I'll check it out further tonight and let you know what I find. Thanks for the input.

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