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Old 09-01-18, 12:22 PM
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Was just curious seeing as the window has a slight tint to it which may get damaged with standard window cleaner unless the tint is actually throughout the glass, Would be nice if a Corsair rep could chime in
Wouldn't have this problem if you bought that Dyson Hot and Cold Purifier I posted ages ago. I know you were tempted!!!

you can always try fluorinated silane on it. That would make it both water repellant and dust proof. But don't think its a long term solution.

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Old 09-01-18, 02:32 PM
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Any glass cleaner should work fine. Automotive windows are tempered as well, so anything you use to clean a window on your car will work.
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like they said..small amount of vinegar, small amount of concentrated washing up detergent and lots of water in a spray bottle and and window or mirror will be so clean . Careful on doors or you will walk through them.....................

btw: and you car windows will be brilliant
I shall give this a go

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Wouldn't have this problem if you bought that Dyson Hot and Cold Purifier I posted ages ago. I know you were tempted!!!

you can always try fluorinated silane on it. That would make it both water repellant and dust proof. But don't think its a long term solution.
For £500 it's going to have to wait a while
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Old 09-01-18, 07:01 PM
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Any glass cleaner should work fine. Automotive windows are tempered as well, so anything you use to clean a window on your car will work.
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