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    Cleaning windows/mirrors

    Whats the best product for cleaning the outside windows and mirrors?

    Cheers.

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    I bought some windscreen wipes from local pound shop, they do a great job cleaning the glass and just use some clean kitchen roll to buff up
    hope this helps
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    i am mostly a meguiars nut.. but.. i have been using auto glym car glass pollish for years and i havent found anything better.. so im stuck in my ways... magic stuff

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    MER, windscreen cleaner, Ive tried everything else (Turtle wax, autoglym etc). This is easy to use and doesn't smear.

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    Clay the windows first, then Autoglym Glass Polish - I know claying windows may sound a little mad, as its meant to make paint "smooth as glass", but it really does work a treat on the glass too - followed with AG Glass Polish and it was as if there was no glass there, it was so clean!

    You can use clay on wheels too...
    Stock car racing - if they get in the way, put them away!!

    Real race cars don't have doors!!

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