Motortopia: Where your passion parks

Motortopia: Where your passion parks.

Why Join Motortopia? So you can keep up with events... RSVP! Post Event Photos! Submit Events!

  1. cars
  2. bikes
  3. boats
  4. planes

Cars > Forums > Car Care > Window Cleaning Trick!!!

 

Forum: Car Care

  • Topic: Window Cleaning Trick!!!
  • Started by southernmustangparts Sep 14, 2008 at 8:11 am
  • Last post by srt82013 Jul 1, 2014 at 4:50 am
  • This topic has been viewed 3891 times and has 14 replies
more search options
 

Topic: Window Cleaning Trick!!!

Forums > Car Care > Window Cleaning Trick!!!

Page 1 of 1: 1 Posts 1 – 10 of 10  

  1. #1 Sep 14, 2008 at 8:11 am

    southernmustangparts’s Profile Photo
    southernmustang
    parts
    Total posts: 3
    Send Message
    If you are like me, washing the windows inside your Mustang (or any other car for that matter) is the biggest pain in the butt of the whole cleaning process. There is always that damn film that builds up on the inside of the windows that you do not notice until 12am at night when you are driving home from a party and the oncoming car headlight about blind you because of the film build up on the windows. You tell yourself at that late hour, "damn, I really need to clean the windows". You go home go to bed, wake up the next morning and forget all about the promise you made to yourself about the window cleaning (until the next night drive).

    Anyway, I had a customer of mine purchase an exhaust system and he told me about this new Myra Fiber cloth that makes cleaning windows a breeze. Simply slightly dampen it, and wipe....streak free, crystal clear window with no sprays or streaks. Oh, and it lasts forever and is washable. Assuming it was probably a gimmick, I figured I would give it a try....

    All I can say is WOW...this thing REALLY does works!!! It wipes your windows perfectly clean without any effort.

    Guy's, this is not a Gimmick...You are missing the boat if you do not use this handy little towel to clean your windows. It works as advertised, if not better. No more glass cleaner over spray on my dash, ever!!!

    I promise you, this will be the best $6 bucks you EVER spent.

    They are so good, I immediately purchased a 500 of them, and have then ready to ship out. (FREE Shipping). Order below

    www.southernm...th-p-416.html

    Order above

    Trust me on this one........Just order the darn thing !!!! you will want to personally call and thank me after using it!

    Ken Marks
     

     

    http://www.so...tangparts.com

    Edited Sep 14, 2008 at 8:12 am

  2. #2 Mar 5, 2009 at 6:43 pm

    Dmax’s Profile Photo
    Dmax
    Total posts: 4
    Send Message
    I saw the thread heading in the topics and thought, window cleaner?, all I use is a micofibre cloth and a little water, and there you go.... thats what you were on about. I agree with you. the microfibre clothes are amazing. We even use them at home for drying the dishes, washing glass, windows etc. You can't go wrong.
     

     

  3. #3 Sep 15, 2009 at 6:20 am

    sarah_9’s Profile Photo
    sarah_9
    Total posts: 1
    Send Message
    Hello,


    Washing car widow is not a big deal all you need is a water, soft cloth and some paper, wash it with water, wipe it with cloth and after that rub it with paper it will look like a new glass.


    Regards,
    sarah_9
     

     

    [url=http://www.idiotstrafficschool.com/ ]Traffic Driving School[/url]

    Edited Sep 15, 2009 at 6:23 am

  4. #4 Nov 27, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    Silver_Shark83’s Profile Photo
    Silver_Shark83
    Total posts: 72
    Send Message
    I have a Pro-Detail shop next door to my office, and that is All they use for a cloth is the micro-fibre, paper will leave lint and dust, not good before a show. If the windsheild has that film on the inside, like you are a smoker...but NOT, then I use a micro-fibre with a diamond or honeycomb pattern in it, that and some basic glass cleaner will leave the glass clean and streak free. Then go over it with the standard micro-fibre cloth and that will leave a beautiful glass!
    That is the one area of weekness on a show and shine ride...the glass!
    For a store bought glass cleaner Armor All glass cleaner is good, some of the foam cleaners are great, but the foam can get all over so use caution.

    Here's to windows!
    Cheers
    Shark
     

     

  5. #5 Dec 13, 2009 at 10:53 pm

    AmyJohnson’s Profile Photo
    AmyJohnson
    Total posts: 1
    Send Message
    I totally agree with your review on the product. Been using Myra even at home. It's really a flexible material, not the ordinary rag.
     

     

    California Window Cleaning
  6. #6 Jun 30, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    Andrew_M’s Profile Photo
    Andrew_M
    Total posts: 1
    Send Message
    I always use water and vinegar and it works awesome on my windshield! Doesn't leave any streaks.
     

     

    Riverside window cleaners
  7. #7 Jul 2, 2010 at 10:03 am

    024mula’s Profile Photo
    024mula
    Total posts: 42
    Send Message
    Using vinger and water is O.K. But I hope you don't have any over spray. Thats why I use the regular windshield cleaner. Quote:
    Originally posted by Andrew_M  I always use water and vinegar and it works awesome on my windshield! Doesn't leave any streaks.
     

     

    2002 Firebird Formula - 5.7 Liter
  8. #8 Sep 29, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    achengms’s Profile Photo
    achengms
    Total posts: 1
    Send Message
    Thats interesting. I will use microfibre cloth and see how it goes. Window cleaning is really a pain for me.
     

     

    Singapore company incorporation
  9. #9 Sep 13, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    lenting’s Profile Photo
    lenting
    Total posts: 4
    Send Message
    love the job u did! and 4 the price, i think it worth the work!
     

     

  10. #10 Jul 1, 2014 at 4:50 am

    srt82013’s Profile Photo
    srt82013
    Total posts: 1
    Send Message
    once a month clay window outside.use water and soft cloth on inside
     

     

    BOB

Page 1 of 1: 1 Posts 1 – 10 of 10  

login to reply  

Forums > Car Care > Window Cleaning Trick!!!

Download Drive Magazine Now!

Advertisements

    Special Offers & Deals

Advertisement

 

Cars > Forums > Car Care > Window Cleaning Trick!!!

Print your passion at Motortopia.com (http://www.motortopia.com)