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Itsthattimeagain Thu 02-Nov-17 21:10:11

Exactly that... I am struggling to find the right type of cloth/alternative.

Knittedfrog Thu 02-Nov-17 21:11:09

Method window cleaner and kitchen roll.

iggleypiggly Thu 02-Nov-17 21:15:34

Mr muscle window cleaner and kitchen roll!

BlackPeppercorn Thu 02-Nov-17 21:16:45

Warm water and distilled White vinegar with a micro cloth and dried off with.....kitchen roll.

QuopQuop Thu 02-Nov-17 21:18:19

Water/window cleaner and newspaper

RhinoGirl Thu 02-Nov-17 21:20:44

Windolene & a fresh cloth.

ScoobyDoosTinklyLaugh Thu 02-Nov-17 21:26:37

Hot water and microfibre cloth.

If it's quite dirty I use hot, soapy water and then do it again with plain water.

2tired2bewitty Thu 02-Nov-17 21:27:37

Lidl glass cleaner and a microfibre cloth

Oblomov17 Thu 02-Nov-17 21:29:15

Also, Mr muscle window cleaner and kitchen roll.

SellFridges Thu 02-Nov-17 21:29:31

Karcher window vac.

Brightyoungstar Thu 02-Nov-17 21:29:35

Karcher window vac. Best £80 I ever spent I can do the whole house in minutes, perfect windows every time with no effort whatsoever.

Whinesalot Thu 02-Nov-17 21:33:56

Spondex window cleaning cloth. Put the tiniest drop of washing up liquid in some warm water, wring out as much as possible then wipe over quickly and dry with kitchen towel quickly. Brilliant result and hardly any effort.

OldWitch00 Fri 03-Nov-17 00:38:59

I buy a jug of car window washer fluid. Fill the sink with hot water and add in about 1/4 cup (a glug) of the fluid. Wipe the windows with a well rung out microfibre cloth.

thenightsky Fri 03-Nov-17 00:41:27

Karcher window vac then quick polish with dry micro fibre cloth to remove any streaks.

1DAD2KIDS Fri 03-Nov-17 00:43:06

Not since i moved in 2 years ago

Toohardtofindaproperusername Sat 04-Nov-17 08:20:35

This ( same as 1dad2kids) - seems to work well altho I'm on this thread maybe cus things are getting murky....

BeyondThePage Sat 04-Nov-17 08:25:05

hot soapy water on a wool pad, followed by a karcher window vac to get rid of it. Perfect every time - whole house done in half an hour.

Lookingtothehighlands Mon 06-Nov-17 10:14:47

These cloths are excellent www.lakeland.co.uk/23593/Clean-%26-Gleam-Glass-Window-Cleaning-%26-Polishing-Cloth and I use with any cheap window spray

MrsHathaway Mon 06-Nov-17 10:47:24

Two microfibre cloths: wipe on, wipe off. Any spray that includes vinegar.

I wipe the frames down first, as parts of our house get damp very easily and mould can start to develop. Wipes if ok, otherwise bleach.

Itsthattimeagain Mon 06-Nov-17 11:01:17

Thanks for the suggestions everyone! Going to try kitchen roll first!

wonkylegs Mon 06-Nov-17 11:10:32

Ecover window cleaner and old school polo shirts cut into cloths
oh and having a toddler who loves windows so creates the conditions for lots of practice.

jellyshoeswithdiamonds Mon 06-Nov-17 11:15:49

Spontex window cloth.
Damp with plain water.

I do the mirrors and mirrored wardrobes with it too.

BuggerOffAndGoodDayToYou Mon 06-Nov-17 17:52:15

Microfibre cloth, warm water, bit of washing up liquid, glug of white vinegar, finish with karcher window vac.

BuggerOffAndGoodDayToYou Mon 06-Nov-17 17:53:55

Before I got the window vac I used to finish with scrunched up newspaper, great finish but the vac is quicker.

Ohyesiam Mon 06-Nov-17 17:55:27

Wet newspapers, works a treat

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