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DaveyG
This may sound stupid but i cleaned the inside of my 57 plate mondeo's heated windscreen a while a go for the first time since i bought nit in december.

I used window cleaner and a window cleaning cloth (which i used to use in my previous car). But no matter what i try and can not get rid of the smudging (which is really annoying in certain light angles) - any ideas?

thanks
gelliott
try white vinegar spray it on to kitchen roll and rub it on then rub it with a dry cloth i use it all the time but it must be white vinegar you can get it from food stores
hope this helps Gary
fish4tea
[quote name='gelliott' date='30 September 2010 - 04:30 PM' timestamp='1285860009' post='99296']
try white vinegar spray it on to kitchen roll and rub it on then rub it with a dry cloth i use it all the time but it must be white vinegar you can get it from food stores
hope this helps Gary
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try Auto Glym glass cleaner not cheap but works brilliantly especially if the car has been smoked in
Focus_ST-3
Try Autoglym Fast Glass or Autoglym Glass Polish with a microfibre cloth. Should do the trick B)
DaveyG
cheers - will check it out


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