Rear Windscreen Clean from Water Marks

Remove Water Marks on Auto Glass – Do It Yourself

All vehicles will suffer from water marks on glasses eventually either through improper drying methods or due to rain water left over on the auto glass for a period of time. There is no exception to my Toyota Vios glasses too. I’d never remove my Toyota Vios’s water marks on the windscreen and glasses since I bought the car more than 2 years ago. You can see how obvious the water marks on the rear windscreen at below image:

Water Marks On Rear Windscreen

Water Marks On Rear Windscreen on my Vios

It is so irritating to see the watermarks on the glass and it is dangerous to the driver as well, because the watermarks prevents the driver from having clear vision through the glass especially when the driver driving in the night time.

Now, we going to remove the water marks on the windscreen and glasses. I bought a Waxco WaterMarks Removers from 99’s Auto Accessories Shop which cost me only RM15.90.

WAXCO Water Marks Remover

WAXCO WaterMarks Remover

The package come with 2 hand gloves as a protection for the users’ hands because the mixture of the remover is acidic and may burn the users’ hands.

WAXCO Water Marks Remover

WAXCO WaterMarks Remover with  2 Free Gloves

Let’s start the work! Put on the hands gloves and we are ready to go.

WAXCO Water Marks Remover with clean clove

WAXCO WaterMarks Remover with clean cloves

Step by step to remove the watermarks on the car’s glasses:

  1. Clean up the windscreen surface and ensure the surface is dry.
  2. Put the water marks remover on the cloth and scrub the cloth on the affected windscreen. Poor the remover on the cloth if the liquid is not sufficient. The water marks can be removed easily if you pour more of the WAXCO Watermarks Remover onto the cloth.
  3. Keep on scrubbing the cloth on the windscreen until the water marks are removed.
  4. Ensure the remover does not get on the body paint or plastic parts as it may etch the outer layer away.
  5. Once completed, rinse the glass and car body with plenty of water to ensure the acid is completely removed from the car, especially the car body.
  6. Proceed the removal process to other glass parts that contaminated with water marks.
  7. Repeat steps 1-5 or each part.
Rear Windscreen Clean from Water Marks

Rear Windscreen Clean from Water Marks

Apply the Rain X coating on the car’s windscreen and glasses to have optimum protection.

Next, we proceed for side mirrors water marks removal:

  1. Clean up the side mirrors surface and ensure the surface is dry.

    Side Mirror with water marks on it

    Side Mirror with water marks on it

  2. Put the water marks remover on the cloth and scrub the cloth on the side mirror. Continue to poor the remover on the cloth if the liquid is not sufficient or has dried out. The water marks can be removed easily if you pour more of the WAXCO Watermarks Remover onto the cloth.

    Poor the Waxco water marks removal on the cloth

    Poor the Waxco water marks removal on the cloth

  3. Keep on scrubbing the cloth on the side mirror until the water marks are removed.
    Scrub on the side mirror with cloth and some force

    Scrub on the side mirror with cloth and some force

    Scrub on the side mirror with cloth and some force 2

    Scrub on the side mirror with cloth and some force 2

  4. Ensure the remover does not get on the body paint or plastic parts as it may etch the outer layer away.
  5. Once completed, rinse the glass and car body with plenty of water to ensure the acid is completely removed from your car especially the car body.
  6. Repeat steps 1-5 or each part.
Free from water marks side mirror

Free from water marks side mirror

Apply the Rain X coating on the car’s side mirror to have optimum protection.

Great result! The water marks are completely removed from my rear windscreen and side mirror.

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Kelvin Ang

Kelvin Ang helped his dad to repair his family car together during his younger day, and he has grew up to be an automotive enthusiast ever since then. He also loves to drive his beloved family members and friends to every outing. Seeing them smiling throughout the journey in the car is priceless moment for him.

15 thoughts on “How to Remove Water Marks on Auto Glass – Do It Yourself”

  1. LEE CHOON LIN says:

    Where to buy the waterspot remover in Malaysia?

    1. Kelvin Ang says:

      Hi Choon Lin,
      you can get the water marks remover at most of the Car Accessories Shop and DIY shops.
      you can get it from Jusco, TESCO, GIANT too….

  2. kelvin says:

    My car windows previously have rain x applied to them. Can I still use watermark removal of it will cause further damage?

    1. Kelvin Ang says:

      Hi Kelvin,
      we got same name 🙂
      No worry, the watermark removal won’t cause any further damage.
      The watermark removal will remove the watermark on the screen together with Rain X coating.
      It is advisable to re-apply again the Rain X after you had removed the watermark.

  3. Kelvin Ang says:

    Hi Alice,
    you can bought the Rain X at most of the auto accessories shop, or you can get it at Mr. DIY, JUSCO hardware department, ACE Stores and some leading petrol stations in Malaysia.

  4. Alice Cheah Wai Kuan says:

    Hi Kelvin, may i know where can i buy Rain X? Tq

    1. Kelvin Ang says:

      Hi Alice,
      you can bought the Rain X at most of the auto accessories shop, or you can get it at Mr. DIY, JUSCO hardware department, ACE Stores and some leading petrol stations in Malaysia.

  5. Ken Chong says:

    Hi
    Kelvin,
    I have a problem with my Toyota Vios tail-light and brake-light system.During night driving my left side tail-light goes off when I applied my brake.
    Please advise what is the reason for it.

    Thanks & best regards.

    Ken

    1. Kelvin Ang says:

      Hi Ken,
      Thanks for drop by.
      Your break light issue might be due to bad connection from the break light switch. Did you perform any installation or modification recently?
      The best is head back to that accessories shop and let them fix it.

    2. Selson says:

      our brake light got 2 bulb filament, 1 is normal brightness, the other 1 is brighter for the moment you applied brake. i guess the brighter filament is fried, just change the bulb will do.

      1. Kelvin Ang says:

        Thanks Selson for the explanation!
        you are awesome! 🙂

  6. Ken says:

    Nice tip, but in Penang, very likely birds’ poo will land on our cars, any tips of preventing that? hahahahaha! #justaskforfunanyway 😛

    1. Kelvin says:

      hahaha! That is a funny question, Ken!
      I think there is only ways to minimize it, don’t park your car under the tree!

  7. testing987 says:

    Hi where you buy ?

    1. Kelvin says:

      I bought it at the same shop as the headlamp polisher. You can buy it at auto department store in leading mall at Klang Valley too 🙂

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