Need help cleaning haze on tank

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I bought a used waterbox 135.4 great condition except there is this haze at the top of the glass.

I thought it was water spots or hard water stains. I used paper towels overnight with vinegar, I have used diluted muriatic acid. I can't remove this stuff. Does anyone know what it is and what can help me polish the hell out of this to make this clear and not hazy

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Razor blade, drop of water or soap, nice even pressure on whole blade... And scrape it...

Only thing u should watch for is not to press ends of blade too hard, you will burry them and leave scratch.... Light pressure, sharp blade and correct angle is all u need
 
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