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    What is the best way you have found to clean your C5 windows

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    Stoners Cleaner and newsprint.

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    wher do you buy Stoners Cleaner ?

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    Is it stoner's invisible glass cleaner in aerosol

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    It's Stoners Invisable Glass Cleaner and I get it in a spray bottle. I get it at AutoZone!

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    and newspaper to clean the glass

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    I was wondering about this myself. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cscarlson View Post
    and newspaper to clean the glass
    Yes, just wad it up and it doesn't leave streaks on the glass. The charcoal in the newsprint eliminates the streaks. It'll make your hands a mess but your glass will be cleaner than using any towel paper or cloth.

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    I will definatly try this then

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    I agree that Stoner's is the best. I did not think about using newspaper! Hey, do they still make newspapers????

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    Depending on the condition of the glass, I usually use clay-bar on the glass first then use the Stoners. You'd be surprised how filthy the glass is. I treat my glass with Rain-X as well after using the Stoners to clean. It makes the glass so nice water beads and rolls right off....don't need the wipers hardly at all.

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    Why Tom! You've changed your screen name but not your avatar!

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    Yea, I haven't got a new one yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toms01 View Post
    Depending on the condition of the glass, I usually use clay-bar on the glass first then use the Stoners. You'd be surprised how filthy the glass is. I treat my glass with Rain-X as well after using the Stoners to clean. It makes the glass so nice water beads and rolls right off....don't need the wipers hardly at all.
    So, you do drive in rain

    I like your current avatar, now in the C5 forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweabe View Post
    So, you do drive in rain

    I like your current avatar, now in the C5 forum

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    As a matter of fact I do drive in the rain. Friday when I left to trade the 94 off it rained on me off and on all the way down (460 miles). Then this past weekend we took the 01 out for the weekend and it rained on us both days....and the car didn't melt or anything bad happen to it.
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