I worked at a car dealership as a detailer / lot attendant and we always got new stuff in to sample from the suppliers.
Stoner brand Invisible glass was what we kept using along with newspaper. Just take one page and loosely ball it up, works like a charm. a Sunday paper goes a long way, $1.75 gets you weeks of cleaning and a ton of coupons for the wife. Just make sure the newspaper has bleed proof ink, most do these days but The wall street journal would always leave black streaks.
Invisibleglass, eh? And that auto geek instructions is good too. Because Randy57 knows that I can't clean glass to save my life! I hate to be driving in bright sun...always see the smudge spots that I missed!
Thanks for the tips...can't be any worst than what I have been doing.
:tuWindex and newspaper works better than most things. Also water mixed with a portion of regular house vinegar plus the newspaper again. Very much old school from the early sixties - early seventies.:tu
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