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    #16
    Glitz window cleaner (bunnings) because it’s tint safe and cheaper than anything automotive

    Whatever cleanish rag/microfibre to clean the glass

    Dry buff with clean dry terry towel cloth to finish - as taught to me BigJonWB many years ago working in the Kimberly. Works a treat.

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      #17
      Bowdens Naked Glass and a microfiber cloth using Sport4's method

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        #18
        Kmart is your friend....

        This....https://www.kmart.com.au/product/gla...k-of-25/722337

        then clean it off with one of these...

        https://www.kmart.com.au/product/mic...et-of-2/722317

        It's what I use, and it's perfect. For a total of $6, give it a go..
        1969 Datsun 1000 Sedan
        1989 1.6l Daihatsu Charade

        Life For me Has it's UP'S and DOWN'S........ I fix ELEVATORS

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          #19
          i dunno, maybe ive just had a shit run with various cloths, but they seem to swirl worse than crumpled newspaper.

          ive never tried plain isopropyl alcohol though, ill give that a crack
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            #20
            I used new clean micro fibre cloths
            bit of soap and water on one cloth - wipe on half of windscreen until smudges are gone then buff off with clean dry micro fibre.
            Then do other half

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              #21
              Originally posted by doctor ed View Post
              i dunno, maybe ive just had a shit run with various cloths, but they seem to swirl worse than crumpled newspaper.

              ive never tried plain isopropyl alcohol though, ill give that a crack
              Pffft Windscreens are for wussys

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                #22
                Originally posted by Mr Ree View Post
                Meguiar's Green window cleaning cloth works well for me.

                All my other terry towels seem to leave tiny pieces of fabric on the glass, no matter how hard or soft I rub.
                I use these as well, with whatever brand of glass cleaner is on sale and is tint safe.

                Sometimes buffing again with the dry side of the cloth is a good idea, and don't forget to wash the cloth itself regularly too.

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                  #23
                  Bowdens Naked Glass and their green window cloth - light spray and rub with the green cloth usually leaves no streaks as is but I always give it another wipe with a dry part of the green cloth.
                  Hide yo' wife!!!

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