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I usually use a scraper to remove anything from the window but obviously carries the risk of scratching, I occasionally use 0000 steel wool but wondered if there's any similar product as good or better and if any can be used multiple times. Thanks 

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3 minutes ago, mark2788 said:

I usually use a scraper to remove anything from the window but obviously carries the risk of scratching, I occasionally use 0000 steel wool but wondered if there's any similar product as good or better and if any can be used multiple times. Thanks 

Nothing beats the 6" Unger scraper but it must be used in conjunction with water or you can damage the glass. I first cover the glass with pure and scrape away then clean the window again and giving a good rinse. 😉

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1 hour ago, mark2788 said:

I usually use a scraper to remove anything from the window but obviously carries the risk of scratching, I occasionally use 0000 steel wool but wondered if there's any similar product as good or better and if any can be used multiple times. Thanks 

Bronze wool pads or Walnut pads are amazing. No rust no cross contamination or cut fingers 

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18 minutes ago, Apw1210 said:

Bronze wool pads or Walnut pads are amazing. No rust no cross contamination or cut fingers 

Seen bronze wool pads and didn't realise no rust so that could be a great option thanks 

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Yep I’ll second the bronze wool pads from da-components. Brilliant and I just wash them with warm water when I’ve finished with them and let the dry and re-use again and again. They’re brilliant.

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