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Inside I assume? If they are tinted use Plexus plastic polish and a microfiber towel for glass. If they are not tinted, use a foamy type cleaner, foam it up thick, and let it sit for a minute. Wipe the whole thing down with a towel, and buff with a microfiber towel.

The windshield outside, use foamy cleaner, let sit, and rub it roughly with wadded up newspaper, then buff with a towel. If you have heavy road film, clean first with a towel soaked in alcohol, and don't get on painted or rubber parts. Gummy stuff or grease can be removed with WD-40 then alcohol.
 

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Windex is good unless you got tinted windows. The amonia or whatever in it can ruin the tint.
 

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Stoner again, and the Houston Chronicle works for wiping it off...

funny, since I live in Fort Worth and all, but the mother-in-law always brings us a foot-high or better stack of papers every time she visits. I use it for windows, my wife uses it for packing material for eBay sales, and I don't mind reading the auto classifieds. New cars are simply cheaper down there!
 
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