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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 1 (May 1, 1930)

A Window Cleaner

A Window Cleaner

Instead of using cloths, whiting, etc., sprinkle a little liquid brass polish on a rag (after the dust has been removed), and rub over the glass surface. Allow to dry, then wipe off with a soft dry duster. The result will be brilliant polish which not only lasts a long time but keeps those pernicious flies from “settling.”

It is a foolish thing to be miserable beforehand, for fear of misery to come; for a man loses the present which he might enjoy in expectation of the future.—Seneca.