Clean Frosted Glass

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by H MAN, Feb 6, 2016.

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  1. H MAN

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    This video will show you an easy way to clean frosted glass.
    Not frosted stick on film.
     
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  2. Matt Clarke

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    Call me thick but what's wrong with a mop and squeegee. That's what I always use and it's fine :wondering:
     
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    The Aussies do it different
    Windows that have never been cleaned etc and on a job most of the day
    Maybe it works well on those bumpy style frosted ones
    Not usefull in the uk but i can't speak for our upside down friends
     
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    I think you'll find Herman does do this for a living
     
  8. H MAN

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    Yes would normally scrub squeegee then use microfiber to finish it.
    But you get some that have soap build up in the rough side so do it this way.
    And it not making harder but smarter.
    Next time around it would be a matter of just wiping with a damp microfiber cloth.
     
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    Or just blank it, its frosted, the customer cant see through it ;) :D
     
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