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Excellent

“When I'm Cleaning Windows”

published 16/05/2001

Lovely shiny, sparkly, clean windows, that everyon...

Takes a bit of effort.

~ ~ I’ve lost count of the number of opinions I’ve read since I joined Ciao about cleaning windows, endorsing this cleaning product and that. Mr. Muscle is probably the best of these, with the worst (in my opinion) being Windolene, that leaves the glass with so many streaks you’d swear an army of...

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Excellent

“Pane in the Arse !”

published 04/05/2006

Saves money

None

Not something I like to do very much, but I have a few tips, which may help those amongst you clean those 'panes' in the arse that we call windows. It may interest you to know that windows were originally just holes in the wall, In medieval times, with no actual glass in them, It's only when...

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Excellent

Virtually free, works perfectly.

N/A

Free? it can't be can it? Well yes it can, just about. When I was 8 or 9 years old, I remember asking my mother if I could wash the windows outside on one summer's day. I'll never forget what taught me on that day, for some reason it has always stuck. Forget all those expensive, fancy cleaning...

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Excellent

“Use Paper and water”

published 21/06/2001

cleans your windows

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On a recent visit to my Auntie’s house I came back with a nice technique of cleaning windows, having read an opinion on ciao which also mentioned this technique, I was assured that it must work since other’s know about it. She herself is very conscious of her windows especially the...

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Excellent

“Shine on!”

published 15/08/2000

Great at Cleaning

Disposable

Since the birth of my first and only child, I have discovered just how dirty windows can get. Jammy fingermarks galore are the least of it. At the same time, however, I discovered a product that would solve all my problems, did I but know it. Baby wipes have got to be one of the best cleaning...

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Excellent

“short and sweet”

published 11/11/2001

clean, shining windows

none

This is going to be a sort opinion I will tell you that ahead of time because there is only so much I can say about this as it is quick and easy. Window cleaners tend to streak and I have tried many different brands so I don't use them. I take a squirt bottle and put half water and have white...

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Good

“James”

published 10/09/2004

See through Sparkly Windows

Salary

Not only is James useful for driving the family Jaguar to corporate functions and cleaning the car tyres, he has an associate in the world of menial tasks. He's called Bob. Bob Cleans your windows. Bob knows not to peer into a slightly open crack in the window to investigate any saucy happenings...

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Excellent

Cheap and environmentally green

Can get ink on your hands

This is one that has been passed down in my family, and works with all glass surfaces. Forget the commercial cleaners and paper towels, use a newspaper & water. It works fantastically. Since there are no chemicals additives etc there are also no smears. Its a great way to reuse newspaper, and I'm...

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Super

“tv and computer screens”

published 13/07/2004

fresh and long lasting

none!

just a small tip,after you have dusted your tv screen use a cup full of water with just a couple of drops of fabric conditioner in it then rub gently over the screen with a clean cloth,this will keep the dust away for a lot longer and prevent static. one extra bonus it makes it smell nice as well...

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