RE: [DML] Re: Greasy, cloudy windows
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RE: [DML] Re: Greasy, cloudy windows



A temporary or maybe permanant soltion might be to use a moisture absorbing 
device.
You can go to Home Depot and they sell a bucket of little white absorbant 
sand that is
used to absorb moisture in closets, gun safes, etc.
It is simular to silica gel.
(I forgot what it is called)
It is only a few bucks and you can toss it in the back or under the seat.

I used this in my car when I had a small roof leak.
After the rain the whole inside was fog up in the heat from the moisture.
I put one of these in and it dried it up inside quick!
- VB




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>
> > For some reason, I can not get my windows clean. Every time I clean
>them, with soap and water, windex, armor all window wipes, invisible
>glass, etc... within about 4 days, they're so cloudy that they're
>bordering on dangerous.



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