ProClean Water Spot Remover

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Stubborn water spots on your car windows? Hard water stains on your shower doors? ProClean Water Spot & Stain Remover is the perfect solution for removing stubborn spots on glass. For use with automotive, home, marine applications, and more.



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ProClean™ Water Spot & Stain Remover can be used for automotive, home, marine applications, and more.

  • Removes water spots, mineral deposits, and other contaminants from glass and metal surfaces.
  • Restores glass, metal surfaces, painted surfaces, fiberglass gel coats, stove tops, pots and pans, tile, and showers.
  • Easy to apply. No acids. Water-based. Biodegradable.

Note: Photos shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancements and adjustments.

Use the Applicator Pad to apply ProClean to the damaged area. Mist with water as needed, and work a small area at a time. Buff dry with a microfiber towel. Repeat as needed.

For heavy damage, ProClean can be used with an orbital sander/polisher and a non-scratch nylon pad.

Training Videos

How to Use ProClean

What is a water spot?

What makes it different?

What can it be used on?

How To: Removing Water Spots with ProClean

How to Use ProClean Water Spot Remover by GlasWeld (Shower Doors)

How to Remove Water Spots

Step 1

Clean the Glass Surface

Clean the glass surface with glass cleaner or water to remove surface debris. Shake bottle of ProClean well before using. Always test ProClean on a small area first. Do not use on surfaces that can be harmed by mild abrasives.



How to Remove Water Spots

Step 2:

Apply ProClean to Applicator Pad

For glass surfaces, apply ProClean to a clean, non-scratch nylon pad, such as the one included in this kit. For non-glass surfaces, apply ProClean to a microfiber towel.



How to Remove Water Spots

Step 3

Scrub ProClean with Applicator Pad

Work a small area at a time using medium pressure while moving the pad in a circular motion. To avoid micro-scratches, regularly rinse your nylon pad or towel to remove built-up minerals.



How to Remove Water Spots

Step 4

Buff ProClean with Microfiber Towel

Buff dry using a clean microfiber towel. Repeat the process if necessary.



How to Remove Water Spots



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Glass cleaner

Very good It worked awesome

Jason R.

This stuff works miracles and is easy to use.

Great Product!

I loved it. I tried every other hack on YouTube but this is what worked. It took a few times since the water spots on my car had been there for a very long time. I would recommend doing it on a day that it’s not super hot and not directly in the sun as it will dry the product to quickly.

Cedric F.
Amazingly Crystal Clear

This removed water spots that were set in for some time on a used car that I purchased and it completely brought the windows back to life. The vehicle definitely has a cleaner stand out look now

Shaun F.
Works awesome

I had some hard water on my car windows. It was a fog that nothing could touch. I tried everything on YouTube and google but nothing worked. Until I saw this. I put it on in circular motion using steel wool. I let it sit on there for about 20 min and buffed it off. My hard water and fog was gone. They were perfect and I really couldn’t believe my eyes. Would recommend this product. Works great on faded paint and oxidation. Wipe it on with a wax pad with the grain not circular, and let it sit for about 20-30 min and buff it off. Absolutely can’t believe what this stuff does.