On Sun, 14 Feb 2016 07:48:12 -0800 (PST), DerbyDad03
As soon as I read they were eyeglass cloths, I was thinking exactly
this.... Trying to clean my car windows with a 3x3 inch thing.... I'm
glad others posted that they make bigger ones...
When I clean my tv or monitor, I just use toilet paper and rubbing
alcohol. Works fine!
I read somewhere that fine steel wool gets rid of the water spots
on the exterior. My windows are 26 years old and the stuff on the
outside won't come off with cleaners.
I've been afraid to try to polish with steel wool. Anybody tried that?
I found using an old worn out bath towel and plain water and elbow
grease worked best of all.
Any cleaning agent used leaves deposits which collect dirt and dust or
condensation in the future.
The old towel has a surface finish which removes stubborn grime from
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