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Old 08-28-2007, 08:32 PM   #1
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Has anyone used (or heard of) P & S Window/counter top cleaning solution? I passed by another RVer today and his windshield looked so GREAT I stopped to ask how he cleaned them. He showed me a 1/2 gallon container by "P & S." No website, but an 800 #. Unfortunately I must have copied the number down wrongly or it's changed. He said he'd used from that container (10 to 1 solution) for several years. Google and Yahoo hasn't helped either! Just always on the lookout for "good stuff" to use on my RV. Any help would be appreciated. Or, what do you use that you are greatly satisfied with?
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Old 08-28-2007, 08:32 PM   #2
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Has anyone used (or heard of) P & S Window/counter top cleaning solution? I passed by another RVer today and his windshield looked so GREAT I stopped to ask how he cleaned them. He showed me a 1/2 gallon container by "P & S." No website, but an 800 #. Unfortunately I must have copied the number down wrongly or it's changed. He said he'd used from that container (10 to 1 solution) for several years. Google and Yahoo hasn't helped either! Just always on the lookout for "good stuff" to use on my RV. Any help would be appreciated. Or, what do you use that you are greatly satisfied with?
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Old 08-29-2007, 04:56 AM   #3
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Invisible Glass, Home Depot, Costco's, Sam's. You can really see the different and they get cleaner the first couple of times you use it, as it removes the old residue.

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Old 08-29-2007, 06:23 AM   #4
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Try this
http://www.pssales.com/products/glass.html
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Thanks for the website. I guess I didn't put in enough info for Google. Have you used the product?
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Thanks for another referral! I'm always looking for a cheaper, better way to keep the coach clean. Since Costcos, Home Depot are easy to find, I'll try out Invisible Glass before I have to order on line and pay for shipping too.
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I usually use Windex to get the 'big chunks' off, and most of the dirt on a paper towel and then follow up with "Invisible Glass" and a micro-fiber cloth. 'Invisible Glass' does a great job!
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A old trick I've used is glass cleaner and wipe off using old newspapers.Seems the print collects the dirt and polishes the glass.
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Old 08-30-2007, 07:34 AM   #9
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I've used that before - long before, when I was in a stick house! But I know why I didn't remember it this time - I don't take, and haven't subscribed to a newspaper in years. When I finally figured out how biased (read liberal) they pretty much all are, I just gave up on print media - thus don't have the stuff in my house or RV! But, you have a good point - using their dirt to clean my dirt! I guess I could find some local "mullet wrapper" paper to use. :&gt
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Over the years I have used Windex, the original blue only, works well. White vinegar will really give you a great clean shine, inside and out. Recently started using Rain X window cleaner on the exterior of all glass on all vehicles, works very well with the added benefit of Rain X. It is a good idea to stay away from paper towel on glass, it can actually scratch the surface. Newspaper is what I use to take off and polish the windows.
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Old 09-02-2007, 09:17 AM   #11
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Thanks, Ithrnk! I'd never heard that paper towels could actually scratch the glass. I always use microfiber towels anyway. Couldn't help but notice the "semper fi" at the end of your signature block. I was a USN Chaplain and served with 3rd MarDiv in Okinawa (1986-90) and was one of my favorite tours! I'm actually still a member of the 3rdMarDiv Assn, but have never attended a convention. OpaRon
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OpaRon,

Thank you for your service. We always have a place in our hearts for the Padres and the Docs that served with us. God Bless.

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