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Old 06-26-2011, 07:40 AM   #11
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i just use windex sprayed into a paper towel i think sometimes people get too overly cautious lol

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I also use windex sprayed on to a rag.

"If your wife ever asks how much something was for your tank, just tell her you got it on sale and you had to have it! She'll understand"

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I use FW1 cleaning wax. It's great if you have kids or friends with kids that like to put their hand on the tank. Fingerprints generally are not left after touching the glass

It's a little harder to clean with at first, but the glass stays clean for much longer(very little sticks to it) and can be polished up with just a microfiber for quite a while before you have to use more cleaner. I use it on the glass in the house. Works especially well keeping bathroom mirrors clean.

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