Greasy fingerprints on windows


#1

Hey guys! Just little curious what is the best in your opinions with getting greasy fingerprints off windows? Our company sometime uses dawn soup. Just curious what everyone’s opinion was.


#2

I’ve been using gg4 with Ecover or Dawn. Both work great. Kids get their fingerprints everywhere!!


#4

A damp microfiber towel works well.


#5

Pizza restaurants are the worst. I like Dawn too. Just add some ammonia or even a little TSP. You can also boost the sodium hydroxide in the Dawn just a very little. A safer solution is to add a very little bit of an optical silica from a company like Unimin. They are listed in the left column of my blog. It is always a time saver when you don’t have to go back to detail those leftover smudges !!!

Henry


#6

It works every time.


#7

Magic eraser works really well too.


#8

A damp microfiber will take just about anything off and unlike the erasers, it doesn’t wear out.

Not a dry microfiber, not a wet microfiber, but a damp microfiber is the sweetness.


#9

I used to clean a few barbecue places and they were pretty bad, I used to walk through when I first got there and spray the hand and finger prints with a shot of spray away. Then by the time I got to the window to clean it the prints were gone. Just clean like normal. Worked good for me.
Joe


#10

Really cool. So many answers. I will have to try the microfiber cloth. I use the ECloth. Would however like to come up with a scrub product that becomes a part of the wetting wand/sleeve. Then we wouldn’t have to go back, wet ahead, or use extra chems. Think I know how to do it I am just looking for the right material science.

Henry