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Does anyone have or know of an efficient and effective method of cleaning the inside windshields of our PP's?
 

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Does anyone have or know of an efficient and effective method of cleaning the inside windshields of our PP's?
The best method I have found was to get my wife to do it. When I do it, it is always streaky, I have tried 3 different cleaners.
 

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One thing I do notice is how dirty the rear window gets. Driving around the farm roads here in Gettysburg and Hanover, PA the rear window collects the dust and dirt while the windshield does an excellent job of collecting the dead insects. For me, the side windows are always the cleanest!
 

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I use a clean microfiber cloth to wipe the insides of my windows down.
The trick is after you wash your microfiber cloths and general car wash towels is to line dry them - don't put in the dryer. There is something in the dryer that makes them leave streaks?
 
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I use a clean microfiber cloth to wipe the insides of my windows down.
The trick is after you wash your microfiber cloths and general car wash towels is to line dry them - don't put in the dryer. There is something in the dryer that makes them leave streaks?
OK, we'll try that. Thanks! Ken
 

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CLEAN microfiber towel (not one you've just used to wipe off water spots or anything else) and glass cleaner from Costco that comes in the 4 pack. Works really well! Rotate/refold towel to get clean surface as you go. I use 2 towels to cover all interior glass.
 

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Cleaning inside windshield and the rest.....
I use the magic eraser, new, used, its the best......
For outside windows use powdered cleanser like bon ami or bartenders keeper with a very fine 0000 steel wool to remove water spots....
 
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