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Old 05-26-2015, 06:41 PM   #15
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Paste wax, cleans the windows spotless and repels water like no other. Also makes the bugs come off easier when you only have time to use a squeegee.
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I use an extendable pole with a squeeze/nylon sponge on one end and use invisible glass cleaner and a step ladder. Clean in the shade works best. Finish off with the cleaner and paper towels or a microfiber cloth.


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If you take some time and use 0000 steel wool to shine the glass then apply a couple of coats of Windex, you would be surprised at how easy it is to keep your windshield clean.

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What do you mean by "paste wax"?


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