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Old 08-12-2017, 09:19 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Brian1612 View Post
Why not use it, allow to dwell as long as required then use the rubber side of the scraper to squeegee it off.
Gave this a go this morning, worked fine.

I'm still getting the strange reaction on bits I couldn't quite reach with the squeegee though, and overspray on the mirrors has done the same again. It's almost as if it's left water on the glass that won't run off or evaporate. I'll sneak a picture at some point.
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