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How To Remove Fingerprints From Glass

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Picture this…it’s a beautiful sunshiny day. The curtains are open just enough to let the gorgeous, natural light beam into the room. You sit down with your morning cup of coffee and gaze out the window at your picturesque backyard. The children are playing; the puppy’s running and the hummingbirds are feeding. You would love to sit back and enjoy the moment, but there are fingerprints all over the windows. These aren’t your ordinary, run-of-the-mill fingerprints. These fingerprints are vicious. They’re practically shouting at you and insulting your house-cleaning abilities. These insidious fingerprints cut you to your very core. With a huff, you’re determined to take out the intruder. As your coffee cools, you struggle to find your window-cleaning supplies. What once was a glorious morning has now turned in to a frustrating, fingerprinted mess.

Your Glass Doctor® professionals don’t want you to fall victim to intruding fingerprints. Let us help you fix your glass-cleaning pains by helping you prepare a glass-cleaning kit, so you won’t ever have to let a cup of coffee cool unnecessarily.

Glass-Cleaning Kit

  • Glass Cleaner
  • White Cotton Cloth
  • Old Newspaper
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Dish Detergent
  • Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
  • Grapefruit
  • Salt

Windows: glass cleaner, white cotton cloth, old newspaper

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TV Screen: microfiber cloth

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Stove Tops: dish detergent, white cotton cloth, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

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Shower Door: grapefruit, salt

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Glasses: white cotton cloth

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Being prepared is the first step. Don’t let unsightly fingerprints catch you off guard.