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Posted 9:59 AM on Thu, Sep 19, 2013

The Magic Way To Clean Windows

This is the best way EVER to clean your windows!!! No drying is needed, and you won't have any spots or streaks on your window! You can clean 2 big sliding glass doors and 8 large windows in minutes!!!
Here are the ingredients you need to use:
1/2 gallon warm water
1 Tablespoon of liquid "Jet Dry"
2-3 Tablespoons of liquid laundry detergent or dish washing soap

Mix all of the ingredients above. Spray your windows down with your hose to get them wet then wipe or brush on the solution onto your windows, immediately hose it off. That’s all there is to it and you're done.
The remaining water just sheets off and you don't need to dry it off
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user Leila Rockwell leilaroc - Sep 19, 2013
This sounds great and I copied it down to try.
user Connie Ottman cottman - Sep 19, 2013
How cool is that. Thanks for posting.
user Patricia Baskin NannaPat - Sep 19, 2013
How neat! Gotta try this. Do you think you can spray windows indoors, rub on mixture, respray with water and it would work the same way?
user Valeree Dunbar Valeree - Sep 20, 2013
That might work Patricia. would have to spray a lot of water on it to get it rinsed well. I usually just use a bucket of water and dip a rag into it then sqeegie it off.
user Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrandsismyPassion - Sep 20, 2013 will work inside if you have cement floors and walls, then you can just hose it off ;O).
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