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Here is info on cleaning windows
Hi, yes, you can definitely use microfibre cloths to clean windows. They will provide a nice clean finish.
Check out this post: https://www.hometalk.com/44338110/best-way-to-clean-windows-and-mirrors
Those cloths work great on windows!
I have tried them and although some of the microfiber towels worked for me, I don't always think they are my first choice. My first choice is actually paper towels. Newspaper works incredibly well and then there is also the squeegee that works great with just hot water. I will use all of those before using microfiber;)
I use them sometimes. What works better is a chamois that you use to get the water off of your car with. Not a synthetic one, a REAL one. They do not leave streaks or lint. I have no idea why people say to use newspaper. I have tried it several times and it leaves a film on the window you can see in full sun. You are wiping INK on the window. Makes no sense to me.
I just save old newspapers and use those. They leave my windows streak free.
I like using them on windows
I started with the Norwex window cloth but found a cheaper alternative that works just as well with eCloth: https://us.e-cloth.com/collections/clean-and-shine-cleaning-products/products/10615-window-cleaning-pack#5b5769e44b71f
This tutorial shows how to clean windows with just a microfiber cloth and water: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sse-5l7M2Y
Newspaper and vinegar spray work the best for cleaning glass. No streaks!
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/273453008612650278/ is some info
Yes, I use them every day. You can find them at the dollar store or Amazon for cheap. Good luck!
This may help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sse-5l7M2Y
Microfiber cloths are great for using on windows because they leave no lint!
Hi Pno: microfiber cloths are great for cleaning windows. Just be sure you wash them before you use them and don't use any fabric softener at all. That will leave a film on your windows. Use one to wash and one to dry. Spray your cloth and not the window. Also use a toothbrush to stand up that furry thing around the edges, they keep the wind out. Good luck
Hello, hope this helps you out,