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Old 15th November 2016, 18:59   #1111
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Default Re: Jopasu Car Duster - A mini review

I had wondered about waxy accumulation on my windscreen. I use the Jopasu with such a light hand it didn't occur to me that that might be the source. I am still not sure, as it does not appear to do the smae to the paintwork --- but thanks for the suggestion.

I splashed out (or sprayed out) on some ridiculously expensive glass cleaner (Gtechniq G6) but it is ridiculously effective. Just cuts through grease and leaves a shine with a wipe.

Over the years, I've spent much more on glass-cleaning than any other car care --- but I have used it more too. Even if the general state of the car is disgusting, I insist on all-round clear glass.
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