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Been trying to get my windows streak free on the inside for ages and was wondering what everybody else was using.

At the moment the best thing I find is using a chamois.

Could Somebody please give me some help

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Josh recommended Autoglym Fast Glass to me which certainly seems to be the best of the bunch I have tried.

Its available from Halfords.
 

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Quote: posted by john_wintle on 15/01/2005 13:30:50

I always use a cotton cloth (some old boxers normally) for my windows.

You wash them first right?? [B)] [:D]
 

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Quote: posted by GaryM on 15/01/2005 13:38:57

Quote: posted by john_wintle on 15/01/2005 13:30:50

I always use a cotton cloth (some old boxers normally) for my windows.

You wash them first right?? [B)] [:D]

Unless you want streaks on the window[:O]
 

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Quote: posted by john_wintle on 15/01/2005 21:39:31

Quote: posted by GaryM on 15/01/2005 13:38:57

Quote: posted by john_wintle on 15/01/2005 13:30:50

I always use a cotton cloth (some old boxers normally) for my windows.

You wash them first right?? [B)] [:D]

Unless you want streaks on the window[:O]

Or dare I say it...skids?? [;)]
 

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Soft cloth, fairy liquid and water rung out tight then buff with newspaper.

Nothing better, and i have tried everything i could think of...
 

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Quote: posted by diesel4 on 15/01/2005 22:00:29

Soft cloth, fairy liquid and water rung out tight then buff with newspaper.

Nothing better, and i have tried everything i could think of...

Agree 100% with that

Seems to stay cleaner longer as well
 

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Does anyone find as soon as the open and close the window they get vertical streaks on all four? Im wndering if the rubbers rub against the glass as its a right pain, happened on both cars (on the old one, a pronounced line became permanent on the rears to where it meets the rubber when fully down)
 

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Just a Vileda synthetic leather as used on the outside of the car and just water, it comes up a treat with no smears or streaks. Loads better than a proper leather (You just have to soak them in a bit at first).

Or sometimes I use Autoglym Car glass polish which is like windowlene.
 

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I thought i was the only one who used mr muscle glass cleaner [^]

i use it in the summer too on the outside when you get the fly splat on the screen gets it off in no time even baked on just let it soak for a couple of seconds, i find it removes all the grease off the screen as well for this time of the year

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Quote: posted by Sem on 15/01/2005 22:38:19

Mr Muscle window cleaner and the "AG Ultra Microfibre Glass Cloth" from http://www.seriousperformance.co.uk

The cloth is awesome and leaves no streaks or smears at all, effortless window cleaning!

Recommended [;)]

Double recommended [;)]

Nice guy that alex..

Those cloths are flipping amazing!
 

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any vinegar or amonia based cleaner with newspaper absolutely brilliant

also clean exterior of the windscreen and the wiperblades with kitchen roll and meths it strips all wax away from both mean no streaks when rainy
 
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