Hydrophilic Or Hydrophobic?

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when rinsing windows what do you prefer?

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  1. rcproperty

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    when rinsing what do you prefer or find that gives better results???
     
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  2. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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    Hydrophillic galss, I never even knew the difference to be honest. I had to Google it lol
     
  3. chip

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    When it sheets you know straight away if you've made a pigs ear of it
     
  4. mark m

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    Hydrophilic ~ water loving.
    Hydrophobic ~ water hating.
     
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    I'm the same I like it when it sheets you can see any missed bits of ****
     
  6. rcproperty

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    i find when it sheets it takes less time rinsing too!!
     
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    Mines always goes spotty, It dries clear though. Why is this?
     
  8. rcproperty

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    its just the type of glass it is, its Hydrophobic and has a coating on the glass to repel water and dirt,
     
  9. chip

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    I'll be amazed if anyone votes hydrophobic.
    You can also usually work out if there coming up good when wet, just a bit harder!
     
  10. rcproperty

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    same here, but never know there might be one!
     
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