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Old 02-27-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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Windsheild Cleaning?

what's the best way yall have found to clean the inside of your windshield/inside if back glass, I suck at it! i was wondering if y'all had any tips?,
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Old 02-28-2012, 04:19 AM   #2
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i just use the Armor All glass wipes. works pretty badass IMO. doesnt leave any streaks behind and sometimes i just use a plain t shirt to clean it afterwards but the wipes work just fine!
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really? huh. I wouldn't figure wipes would do any good, I always avoided them cause I thought they would streak like crazy
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Re: Windsheild Cleaning?

if you smoke in the car its a nightmare to clean the inside of the windows...very very hard to get something to cut that horrible crud
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if you smoke in the car its a nightmare to clean the inside of the windows...very very hard to get something to cut that horrible crud
I'm a smoker, and good lord its a pita to clean the windows! I found the best way to solve this problem though, I don't smoke in the car anymore! Or I could stop all together.....
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really? huh. I wouldn't figure wipes would do any good, I always avoided them cause I thought they would streak like crazy
hasnt done it to me yet. these wipes work pretty good
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ima have to get some then. thanks a million!
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ima have to get some then. thanks a million!
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Invisible Glass ...the best!!
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Whatever you use to clean it... I've always used rain-x on the outside on my windshield. It gives you that beading affect like wax does on paint. You can watch little water beads shoot up your windshield and fly off while driving and the water won't "stick" to your windshield. I must admit though I get distracted watching the little water beads shooting to the top of the windshield while driving haha but good stuff I like it!
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