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These cloths worked great for me when cleaning my car windows and mirrors, August 23, 2014
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These cloths worked great for me when cleaning my car windows and mirrors. I have also used them on my bathroom mirrors and glass doors in the house. They work great! I would buy them again.
We are in spring mode now with the weather warming up, and travel plans are being made. We can store the snow shovel away along with the fear of icy roads. Naturally, we want to get out and see the trees and flowers blossom and to prepare for our road trips (even if they may only be weekend excursions). Some of us have our road trips on a daily basis when we commute to and from work, during all hours of the day.
I would like to point out a recurrent irritation for me during my commutes to and from D.C.: the sun glare that I would have to contend with on a daily basis. Depending on the time of year, you too may have had to deal with this tricky hazard in morning and evening rush hour. As you’re driving you can lower the sun visor, but your visibility is still impaired. I have had times when I was not sure if a stoplight was red or green due to the glare on the windshield, and have had trouble seeing brake lights in front of me because of the blinding sheen.
If you’re a cigarette smoker, the residual can further impair your visibility. It can be difficult to see clearly through your windshield with the cloudiness, especially with the glare of the sun intensifying the dirty windshield glass that has smoke residue accumulated on it.
The issue of a blinding glare is not reserved solely between the sun rising or setting, even though that can be troubling enough. I have experienced equally dangerous situations at night with oncoming headlights. With the new halogen headlights that are installed on cars and trucks, it is all too easy to be to be nearly blinded by approaching vehicles. I have had oncoming lights emit such a bright beam that I was not sure if I was staying in my lane, or on a curvy road, keeping it “between the ditches” so to speak.
I would suggest that when you fill up your vehicle for travel, take a moment and clean your windshield. Usually, we’re all in a hurry, and cleaning a windshield doesn’t seem like a priority. To take those few extra minutes can make your trip or commute exponentially more enjoyable and safe.
Thank you for taking the time to send in a review. Reviews help me find ways to improve customer service and the product. Please take time to look at Katherine’s review of a microfiber slick glass cloth that is used to clean and detail automotive windshield glass, windows, and electronic slick surfaces, leaving them streak-free, speck-free, smudge-free and spotless.
Spring Is In The Air!
With spring just a few days off, now is the time to prepare for the spring cleaning that is just around the corner. It has been a long and cold winter with the view of snow seen probably more than was anticipated. As much as I love snow and all the fun you can have sledding and enjoying the great views and landscapes that are created by winter I am looking forward to a change of view out the window.
Crystal Clear Spring Views!
With spring come the leaves budding out and the flowers coming up. To enjoy the view I try to clean our windows so I can see the changes come about. I can clean inside but it is hard to get the outside until temperatures warm up. With spring, we start to see gradually warming temperatures and the chance that we have been looking for to get the spring cleaning in full gear.
I am really concerned about the products that are being used to get windows clean. I have used the traditional products over the years and I find that they work ok and will clean the windows but they also will leave streaks, specks, and smudges. I have tried using paper towels to no avail, they leave lent on the windows. When I have tried cotton towels, they work ok but also leave specks and lint on the window along with streaks. I have tried the old time newspaper trick, where you clean the window with old newspaper, but they leave filaments on the glass and I don’t even get the newspaper anymore, I read my news online.
The Right Tool!
What I have found that works the best for cleaning windows, stainless steel appliances, mirrors, glass table tops, pictures, light fixtures is the ProCo Microfiber Slick Glass Cleaning Cloth. This cloth is meant to be used without chemicals; such as glass cleaners, so no chemical spray ends up on my flowers or plants. When I use this cloth, it leaves the slick surface that I am cleaning speck-free, smudge-free, lint-free and streak-free.
I use a misting bottle to spray tap water on the windows or surface area that I am cleaning, then I wipe the surface with the microfiber cloth to remove the moisture, then fold the cloth around and wipe again to get the crystal clear view that I am looking for. This brand of cloth can be machined washed with the other microfiber cloths that I use out of the package then dried. So far I have been able to reuse these cloths over and over again with no sign of wear or tear. Try doing that with newspaper or cloth towels.
I can now look out my windows and will be able to see and enjoy all the changes coming our way with spring flowers blooming and trees turning green again and know that I was able to get this view with an environmentally friendly product.
For more information on how to clean without using tradional methods or harmful chemicals, go to ProCo Microfiber Glass Cleaning Cloth
Jayne has been so kind to provide us a review on our ProCo Microfiber Slick Glass Cloth. Jayne said “I am very happy with this cleaning cloth. Streak free mirrors and windows! I also am planning to use in my automobile.”
Thank You Jayne,
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