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Old 06-09-2004, 06:30   #1 (permalink)
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Would like to know what is the best for keeping inside of windows clean ????
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Old 06-09-2004, 06:37   #2 (permalink)
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Not touching them :)
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metho. forget windex etc... rub down with a lint free cloth doused in metho, then dry with paper towels

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alternatively use a damp newspaper, the kero they are soaked in is good for keeping windows clean.. my old man does this better than me though
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Ive been told not to use windex in the inside of the windows. Apparently it is bad news for tint...
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Metho and newspaper - works a treat - inside and out
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Re: Clean Windows

I use a special rag that requires water only. It is used for removing finger prints off stainless steel, and a host of other items like glass (got it through my father in law's kitchen appliance business). Can even use it on window tint.
I forgot the name of it, but can find out if you are interested.
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I use a special rag that requires water only. It is used for removing finger prints off stainless steel, and a host of other items like glass (got it through my father in law's kitchen appliance business). Can even use it on window tint.
I forgot the name of it, but can find out if you are interested.
Mate that would great if you could find out the name of it for me thanks
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Yeah, me too. Definately interested in that.

Any idea on how it would work with the film thats caused by smoking?
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Dunno as I'm not a smoker, but I think it would work fine. Its great for greasy finger prints, the build up on the inside of the window, and even removing bugs and crap from the windscreen. If you were in the ACT, I'd let you have a go of mine. I've been using it extensively in my part time job for 2 years, and it still works fine. I'm still trying to track down the name of it though... And it definately is NOT called Enjo.
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