Car Mechanics (UK) - - Project Mercedes-benz E320 Cdi -

u I have ac­ci­den­tally come across some­thing I think you’ll like. I have tried us­ing Cif shower cleaner on my side win­dows. If you look at the photo, you can see where I used it. It is cheap and easy to ap­ply. I also tried it on the front wind­screen, but the wipers re­moved it al­most as soon as it was ap­plied. I used to go round the car and squeegee each win­dow be­fore driv­ing off. It was a chore, but I didn’t want to scratch the paint­work. This of­fers the best of both worlds. Hugh Rogers Mar­tyn Knowles re­sponds: My only word of caution about us­ing do­mes­tic cleaning prod­ucts on your car is to make sure that they don’t dam­age your body­work. Many do­mes­tic clean­ers con­tain quite harsh and caus­tic chem­i­cals such as bleach and am­mo­nia, which could dam­age paint­work and rubber trim items. If pos­si­ble, test them on an in­con­spic­u­ous area be­fore po­ten­tially leav­ing your­self with a huge re­pair bill.

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