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Tiny Scratches On Windows

Discussion in 'New A3/S3 (8V Chassis)' started by j0nny2013, May 21, 2014.

  1. j0nny2013

    j0nny2013 Active Member

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    I have Acoustic glass and started to notice that I was getting a load of very faint thin scratches all over my windscreen.

    I thought it might have been because of this glass but realised the other day that I have it on my passenger window and drivers side now.

    Not sure what they are or how they got there.

    anyone had same thing or just me??

    I clean my car with proper sheep skin mit and I am always careful so cannot see it being off when washing it!

    cheers
     
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  3. MA3RC

    MA3RC Well-Known Member
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    Are you sure they're scratches? Could be iron filings, maybe a blast with some clay or iron fallout remover could help?
     
  4. HawkeyeS3

    HawkeyeS3 Active Member
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    Do you park at a railway station? If there are overhead lines, it could be fallout from that. s indicated by MA3RC, a wash with some iron fallout remover could be a good move.
     
  5. screenbubble

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    Maybe some of that 'saharan dust' was caught in your rubber window seals, and is scratching if the windows are opened/closed.
     
  6. j0nny2013

    j0nny2013 Active Member

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    thanks for replies guys.

    to be honest they dont feel like scratches so they could be iron fillings. I only park my car at the office or on my drive, no where near railway lines.

    I'll try some Iron fallout remover and see if that works!
     

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