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Now that better weather is coming back. You might find that the view out of your vehicle windows needs to be improved. A tip I learned about a few months ago proved unusual but after trying it very useful.  Leave the paper towels in the kitchen.  Instead grab a handful of coffee filters, like the ones in the picture.  Use several, 5 to 6 stacked together, to be generously wetted with your favorite liquid window cleaner.  Then several more to wipe the window dry.  If the window is really dirty, a second cleaning may be needed.  Otherwise, the job comes out streak and lint free.


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Interesting, never would have thought of coffee filters for the job. Will have to try it out.

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Grubby steering wheels, particularly that gummy spongy substance Dodge used in the 80's and 90's surrenders well to Murphy's oil soap.  Cleans up all the plastic inside, leaving a mat surface with no sun glare. Vinyl seats come up nice too.

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