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    picture framer's glass cleaner is good, no streaks. microfibre cloths are also good for lint-free work.

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    Has anyone tried this stuff: http://www.invisibleglass.com/

    I can't seem to find it. Maybe an auto parts store.

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    http://www.jensen-optical.us/PDF_FIL...UR%20GLASS.pdf

    I tried this method mentioned in this PDF, that is, I placed my 8x10 glass in an 11x14 tray and filled it with Windex and let it soak. I still had streaks, but you might have better luck.

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