peter at cara.demon.co.uk (Peter Ceresole) wrote:
>When I was a student doing odd jobs back in the sixties, we use a special
>blotting paper with micro-pores to dry out the water surface. The extremely
>fine structure would let the wet through, leaving the surface dry but
>intact. It was part of a service to shops, to prevent the rain wetting and
>staining their display windows in winter.
Are there any special techniques required if I apply this method to
Microsoft windows? I've been looking for a way to make my display
clearer and it sounds like this might be the ticket.