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Transform Your Dull Glass into a Sparkling Finish with Our Waterspot Removal and Glass Restoration Services


Starting price depending on severity, and size of the vehicle.


By itself



with at least 1 other service


Close-up of a car window with water spots and streaks on the glass surface.
Close-up of a clean car window with a clear view of the surrounding environment.

Are you ready for some clarity?

Are you tired of unsightly water spots on your car windows? Do you want to improve the overall appearance of your vehicle? Look no further than our water spot removal and window treatment service at our mobile car detailing business!

Water spots on car windows can be stubborn and difficult to remove, but our team has the tools and expertise to eliminate them effectively. We'll restore the clarity of your car windows and leave them looking like new.

But our service doesn't stop there. We also offer a window treatment service that can protect your car windows from water spots, UV damage, and other contaminants. Our treatments include ceramic coatings and hydrophobic coatings that repel water and make it easier to clean your windows in the future.

By choosing our water spot removal and window treatment service, you'll not only improve the appearance of your car, but you'll also protect its value and ensure it stays looking great for years to come. We pride ourselves on delivering high-quality and reliable services, and we're committed to ensuring your complete satisfaction.

What are waterspots?

Water spots are the mineral deposits that are left behind when water droplets evaporate from a glass surface. These mineral deposits are often composed of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals that are present in tap water. Water spots can vary in size and appearance, and they can be difficult to remove if left untreated.

There are two types of water spots that can occur on glass surfaces: etched water spots and non-etched water spots. Etched water spots occur when the mineral deposits have chemically etched into the glass surface, leaving behind permanent damage that cannot be removed. Non-etched water spots, on the other hand, are superficial and can be removed with proper cleaning methods.

In summary, water spots on glass are mineral deposits that can occur on any glass surface. There are different types of water spots, and it's essential to use the proper cleaning method to remove them effectively. With the right cleaning techniques, you can restore the clarity of your glass surface and maintain its appearance.

What is glass treatment?

Glass treatment for cars is a fantastic way to keep your vehicle's windows clean and clear while driving. It involves applying a specialized coating to the glass surface, which repels water, dirt, and other contaminants, making it easier to clean. This treatment can also improve visibility and reduce glare during adverse weather conditions. Plus, it can protect your windows from damage caused by environmental factors like acid rain and bird droppings. With glass treatment, your car's windows will look great and function even better!

Waterspot Removal and Window Treatment FAQ

  • Do you come to me?

    Yes! I come to your location to provide our Waterspot Removal and Window Treatment service. We service Portland, Clackamas, Oregon City, Milwaukie, Gladstone, Gresham, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, West Linn, and surrounding areas.

  • Do you need access to water and power?

    In 99% of cases, we won't need access to water and power. With severe waterspots, we may need to use a different method to remove them and power may be needed.

  • How long does the window treatment last?

    The treatment will last upwards of a year or more on the side glass or rear window. Although the windshield, and the rear window if you have a wiper blade, will depend on how frequently you use your wiper blades.

  • How long does this service take?

    Depending on your car and the severity of the water spots, Generally around an hour and a half.