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Old 10-02-2012, 03:22 PM
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I washed my car recently and decided to spend a little more time than usual on window cleaning. I made sure I had plenty of clean rags and lint free finish cloth, I used an Eagle 20/20 glass cleaning spray, and set to work. I also used the multi angle cleaning wand for awkward corners. I did the outside and inside, stood back and admired my handiwork.

I took a journey later and found that what I had thought were clean shiny windows were as streaked and stained as usual. Now I know that a cars' interior exudes some kinda gas that coats the interior glass but I didn't know it was that resistant.

We all know what a chore front and rear screens are to clean but does anyone have a solution, a product, a secret....at the moment I am disgusted.
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