You’ll be in Shock to Discover What Rubbing Your Windshield with Steel Wool Can Do! I Still Can’t Believe It!

using steel wool on your windshield

When It Comes To SHTF, Some Things Are All Time Consuming. Not THIS. Save Time And Learn A Clever Trick That You Can Show Off To Your Prepper Friends!

Okay, steel wool on a windshield is a horrible idea. That's what everybody with common sense knows without a doubt. But keep an open mind and you'll find that that is not exactly correct.

Using superfine steel wool is actually a well-known windshield-cleaning trick among car detailers, and it makes their lives a lot easier because it works.

Their time is valuable, because the faster they can get done polishing the dead bugs from your window, the faster they can get moving on to the next vehicle, and the more money they can make.

So keeping that in mind, isn't your time valuable, too?

Learning how the pros do things is a great way to save time and to greatly reduce stress in your life. So how can you use steel wool to get your car windows to the ultimate clarity and shine?

Check out the video on the next page to learn this cool trick yourself.

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  1. Damon Mickey said:

    It needs to be the finest grade of steel wool. The thick stuff will stratch the window for good.

  2. Ingram Yates said:

    it removes all the crap off your windows without having to actualy wash it. only use 0000 steel wool

  3. Paul Young said:

    Please blow the shavings off, as the steel wool is highly rustable and can dis color or let rust set in.

  4. Bob Fabiano said:

    I’ve been detailing cars for fifteen years and I use it everyday. Get the fine$#%&!@*though.

  5. Stacey Walter said:

    I understand your hesitation. I used to work at a convention center. The glass doors on one side of the building had the building logo painted on them. Over time due to wind and sand hitting it they were worn and needed to be removed and repainted. The boss handed me a bucket of water and the steel wool. I laughed and said just fire me don’t make me ruin these windows. Not only did it take the logo off but it polished the glass and removed the haze from that from the years of the wind sandblasting the glass. We all have and old piece of glass lying around try it on that and see for yourself