The full size of the scrim was too big for me, very unmanageable. About once a year or so, I buy 3 at a time, then I take them to a local tailor/seamstress and she cuts them in half for me. Then she hems the edges of the sides that were cut. I get 6 towels for the three, then I fold them into quarters and when one part gets to wet, I just open it and refold it to a dry section. I only go through about two a week that I dirty, because they hold water so well that in the summer I can just leave them in the truck overnight and the heat dries them out and they are ready to go the next day.
About a year ago, I started using sprayway on about 70% of the houses I clean on the interior. I use the thick microfiber towel, not the regular ones you find everywhere…these run about $5-6 a piece, and I have about a dozen of them. They are edgeless, and they are amazing. I use two inside most of the time. I spray the glass, use one towel to clean with, removing smudges and dirt, etc, then I use the second one to buff the glass dry. On larger houses I may go through 3-4 sometimes, as the cleaning/wet one becomes too wet and stops picking up dirt, and the towel I buff with will become wet as well from buffing and start to leave swirl marks. When it does this, just switch to a new dry towel. It has saved me SOOO much time on interiors, especially on repeat customers I do 1 to 2 times a year. Don’t get me wrong, we all know what kitchen sink windows and bathroom windows look like and how dirty they always are, so I will always squeegee those. the rest of the house gets polished/buffed and it reduces so much time. No squeegeeing, no water drips. I can usually clean a 6 over 6 vinyl/metal clad tilt window in about 2 minutes, and about a minute for a 1 over 1, and that includes wiping down the sill and the top rail where the latch is.
here’s a link to the towels I am referring to: https://www.amazon.com/RAG-COMPANY-Professional-Microfiber-Detailing/dp/B00GXRG64I/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1535331811&sr=8-4&keywords=edgeless+microfiber+towel