So does anyone else despise cleaning their windshield? It seems like a 3 day process. Clean it then that night find spots I missed. Any tricks for cleaning the inside of the windshield?
newspaper.. no shit, really? that's very interesting.. im definately going to try it once i need to clean the inside againOld school method.
Use newspaper & glass cleaner. Yea! Newspaper! But only the pages with black & white print. No colors. The paper has just enough grit to it to get the crap off without scratching, & the ink gives the glass a nice shine without leaving oils behind to attract more crud. Keep changing out the wet newspaper for dry till there is no cleaner left & the windows are dry.
Been using this method for a looong time! (old fart here!) Never had a scratch from the newspaper on the glass.
I canceled my subscription a couple years ago... they still keep delivering the dam thing (free) I guess after 28 years the paperboy is either retarded or just retarded :roflmao:Hell, newspaper is what I've used about 90% of the time. Was easier when I actually used to get the paper delivered. Lol
if and when you find what works, id try using a coating like rain x on them, a lot of streaks are due to contamination on the window that just gets moved around. rain x helps prevent things stick, and would make cleaning windows way easierI used a dry hand towel last night and did the same this morning for the spots I missed while driving
I hate putting rain X on the outside of windows I can only imagine how much I would hate thatif and when you find what works, id try using a coating like rain x on them, a lot of streaks are due to contamination on the window that just gets moved around. rain x helps prevent things stick, and would make cleaning windows way easier
Sounds like Dirt-x I mentioned above.The hands down best glass cleaner I've ever used is john deere's classic glass cleaner. It comes in an aerosol can and goes on like a foam. We buy it by the case for the farm and use it on everything. It's almost impossible to get it to streak imo.