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    We've used these wipes every winter since I first discovered the recipe on the budget101 discussion list a few years ago. I have a tendency to double the glycerin amount. Also, it doesnt pay to use cheaper paper towels, they break too easy when you wash the windshield.

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    QUESTION: DO YOU WIPE THE INSIDE OF THE WINDSHIELD OR OUTSIDE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMACAR View Post
    QUESTION: DO YOU WIPE THE INSIDE OF THE WINDSHIELD OR OUTSIDE?
    I've only used them on the outside.
    I doubt I would use them on the inside, but I can't think of any reason why or anything it would actually hurt...

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    I'm confused how to use these. Do you wipe the windsheild before hand to keep it from icing, or after to clean the ice/snow off?

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    I'm confused as to how to use these. Do you wipe the windows before it freezes, to keep it from icing? Or do you use it to clean up the snow/ice?

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    I like these better than the idea I've been seeing about using vinegar and water to spray because of potential paint damage.

 

 

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