Removing Future/Klear ?

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  1. ian lanc

    ian lanc Member

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    #1 ian lanc, Apr 16, 2015
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    Howdo guys,

    Just put some Future/Klear on a window and its dried terrible and need to remove this stuff!

    What's the best way to completely remove this stuff please ?

    Did read somewhere how to remove it but alas I can't find it.

    Thanks in advance.

    Ian.
     
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    Anything with ammonia in it. I have a weak solution which I made up myself, but some window/glass cleaners are also weak ammonia solutions (amongst other things).
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    I've read Windex© will do the trick. It contains, as Steve says, ammonia, but check the ingredients to make sure as there are a couple of variants that don't include it.

    Geo
     
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    Yep. Typical blue window cleaner with ammonia will do it.
     
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    Yep, Windex. Done it more times than I can remember and it's never damaged the parts
     
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    Worked a treat guys and thanks for helping me, missus is not using my new bottle of window cleaner...lol
     
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