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Old 04-09-2018
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Question Removing Over Spray

We've recently discovered that our 2017 jeep Wrangler Unlimited has a sand paper type feel to the hood of our jeep. I'm aware of how to use Mother's clay bar treatment on the body of the jeep as I've done this many times before.

The issue we're having is if Mother's clay bar is safe enough to us on the jeep's windshield as some of this over spray has went from the hood to the front windshield.

If Mother's clay treatment is not recommended for removing the over spray from the windshield what is other than a plastic razor blade or credit card.
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Absolutely, yes, you can use clay on the windshield and other glass. It's also great on chrome platings, and virtually any hard smooth surface -- not just glossy paint.
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@Admin good to know as i didn't want to screw something up. even contact safelite just in case. With spring on the way & warmer temps, we look forward to giving the Unlimited a full work over as the winter weather has taken it's toll on the jeep.

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Absolutely, yes, you can use clay on the windshield and other glass. It's also great on chrome platings, and virtually any hard smooth surface -- not just glossy paint.
What sort of glossy paint is clay not recommended for? I'm guessing you aren't referring to car body paint.
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What sort of glossy paint is clay not recommended for? I'm guessing you aren't referring to car body paint.
I think he was simply saying that you can use a Clay Bar on things other than glossy paint.
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Clay is good on glass.
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