Window Cleaner
Clarence Welander, Fullerton, N.Dak., has always been bothered by the problem of dirt and chaff coating the windows on the cabs of his tractors and combines. "By accident, I found out that you shouldn't use soap and water. Just wipe the excess dust and dirt off with a paper towel, then use a window spray cleaner that contains ammonia. Dust and dirt will not stick to windows thereafter - unless they get wet from rain or dew. Then, you simply repeat the process. It really works."

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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #1