I use opti seal on mine. It's like rain-X on steroids.When I'm at home, I use a sponge/squeegee (gas pump style)...spraying and wiping seem to always leave streaks no matter what formula I use...
Gee....I wonder!What have I done to deserve this?
I blame you for inflating my reputationI use opti seal on mine. It's like rain-X on steroids.
Thanks, I had to go and check my snow brush and it is too short for the truck. Something to pick up with the long handled squeegee.This reminded me I need a longer snow brush so I just ordered this one:
As a 6'4" 205 pound guy with a 36" waist 38" inseam I truly feel your pain.At least you can walk into a store and find clothes and shoes that fit. 38"waist x 36" inseam pants and size 14 extra wide shoes rarely exist in most stores....and those "big and tall" stores are for folks that are big AND tall, not "thin" and tall. And I won't even get into the number of times I've whacked my head on low hanging objects....damn near knocked myself out a couple of times Being tall has it's advantages, but it has more than it's share of drawbacks too
ditto at 6'4"I just stand there and clean it.......6'5" and long arms I do the same washing the roof, but I need to stand on my tippy toes.
you're just giving him ideas about putting a FLOR on now ( infra-red ) so not only can be drive right up unseen, he then can light it up.
I use a squeegee as well.Sort of a stupid question.
I have a wash mop with a long handle to help me wash the outside of the windshield. But when it comes to drying the windshield, I have a tough time drying it.
I have a gravel driveway and do not trust a stool/ladder next to my truck to help reach the middle of the windshield.
Right now I take a long towel, throw it and drag it across the windshield, but it does not do a perfect job.