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Old 05-31-2013, 01:13 PM
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I'm assuming you're talking about strictly exterior glass cleaning products, not interior....

I use RainX but yes it does take a lot of work to get it looking spot/streak free. I often end up putting a good amount of product on and really working it to remove the water spots and such, then stepping back and looking at it from different angles to see how it looks and make sure I got everything. From there I go over it all again with a smaller amount of product to remove any streaks left from the first wipe. But yes, no matter what product you use it's going to take a fair amount of elbow grease to make it look good.
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