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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Banwell, Oct 29, 2003.

  1. Banwell
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    Banwell previously LeeS3

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    [Oct 29, 2003]
    What the best solution - personally I've operated a don't bother policy for the last 10 mth, but these winter mornings are getting unbearable.

    So what's the best method? Exterior car glass cleaner? Rain-X? Windowlean? /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
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    [Oct 30, 2003]
    I have found autoglym glass polish to be about the best. Wipe it on, let it dry, buff it off.
    If you're using it on a damp day then warm the car up first otherwise the polish doesn't dry and it takes ages to get it off.
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    [Oct 31, 2003]
    Try Invisible Glass.
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    [Jan 21, 2004]
    A wet chamois to clean the screen and soft paper towel to dry. There is no substitute.
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    [Apr 15, 2004]
    Agree with bigmoose.
    I used to Valet cars for Ford during breaks from college.
    We used a chamois and the blue paper roll.Kymwipe I think it was called.Halfords now do a simliar roll for about a quid.Its the cheapest and most effective cleaner.
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    [May 11, 2004]
    Wet chamois and let glass dry. Buff with newspaper! Yeah it works for me.
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