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i seem to keep getting 1 steel wool fibre right at the bottom matrix of some b/g :evileye its driving me mad,anyting else that can be used like a type of pad etc instead of the steel wool

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i seem to keep getting 1 steel wool fibre right at the bottom matrix of some b/g :lol2 its driving me mad,anyting else that can be used like a type of pad etc instead of the steel wool

Green scotchbrite pad, but don't hit the glass area with it or you'll be madder than a few fibers have got you.

1200 grit wet sanding works well too. Again, stay away from the glass area.

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yes i start my flush about 2 inches from bottom after i wipe the sides and top with paper towel,the fibers seem to be getting sucked up from the bottom of the window,ill try wiping whole window with towel before i do my final clean to lift them :lol2

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I have used steel wool for 10 years or more now and can't say I have had a fiber left behind. I always spray with slip and then squeegee completely dry from top to bottom....

if just doing the dots then sand paper or the green pad would be fine...I clean the whole window with 0000 steel wool....

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yes i start my flush about 2 inches from bottom after i wipe the sides and top with paper towel,the fibers seem to be getting sucked up from the bottom of the window,ill try wiping whole window with towel before i do my final clean to lift them :dunno

Are you starting from the top and working your way to the bottom when you flush?? Gravity is a hell of an opponent and you never win against him.

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