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25-09-2020 04:05
JanHank
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Originally Posted by Ozzyjohn View Post
Or, mist spray with water then wipe GENTLY with a very soft cloth. Donít rub, just wipe gently.

Oh, and do it gently - a light stroking motion, not rubbing, not back and forth, just gentle stroking.

That works for ours when Mrs O does it . . .


Regards,
John
Are you talking about cleaning Windows John 😆coz that used to work for me as well. 😊
25-09-2020 00:05
wfdTamar Thereís no magic to washing them. I use a standard car Rainx window cleaner which is supposed to help shed water. Also worth polishing the finer scratching out of them once a year with Fenwick scratch remover (Iíve read Brasso works). I think itís just a fine grade car polish so try that if you have some at home.
21-09-2020 21:19
Penquin We or hopefully she, but probably me, will try plain water tomorrow......

Thanks to everyone for your experience.
20-09-2020 14:07
Pudsey_Bear I use a soft hand brush and plain water before doing anything else Dave, then once dry a simple car polish, keep it simple, she'll be done quicker and back to make your lunch.

You know it makes sense.
20-09-2020 12:12
ob1 Iíve had to try to remedy many peopleís strange cleaning chemical disasters in my time. The simple answer is just plain water - but try to do it more often! 😂
20-09-2020 11:53
Penquin
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Dave


The glass or acrylic windows?
Acrylic, sorry
19-09-2020 22:24
jiwawa +1 for vinegar solution n microfibre cloth
19-09-2020 12:18
aldra I use a vinegar and water solution and microfibres cloth

If the solution is warm/ hot it works faster, but a spray bottle is fine with a cold solution

Use it same solution for all mirrors windows etc In the house

Sandra
19-09-2020 10:49
Ozzyjohn Or, mist spray with water then wipe GENTLY with a very soft cloth. Donít rub, just wipe gently.

Oh, and do it gently - a light stroking motion, not rubbing, not back and forth, just gentle stroking.

That works for ours when Mrs O does it . . .


Regards,
John
19-09-2020 10:48
nicholsong Dave


The glass or acrylic windows?
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