Windex goes by many names, for extra brownie points with the cute chick at the Grocery store. Ask for Windex using such names as: Blue Gold, Texas Window Cleaner, Squeegee Juice, Squeaky Monkey, Blueberry Shakes and Smurf Jizz.
Lets start this gangbang off with this interesting peice of windex history.
"When Windex was invented in 1933 by Erich Drafahl, it was essentially 100% solvent, and as a flammable product, it had to be sold in metal cans."
Yes, Cleaning your windows in the 1930's could literally result in your windows catching fire while cleaning with a lit ciggerette.
Windex When Applied To Knees. Circa 1930's
I wouldnt call it "popular" or "Culture" for that matter. The movie called "my big fat greek wedding" Commonly refered to Windex as a cure all, and people took it seriously, no really.
Here is an exerpt FTA.
Q In ''My Big Fat Greek Wedding,'' dad Michael Constantine uses Windex to cure ills ''from psoriasis to poison ivy.'' Is it a wonder drug?
A Clearly not. The ammonia-based cleaner is ''extremely caustic,''
I know what your thinking, caustic i bet thats french for delicious. No, caustic means that it eats into soft materials such as plastics and flesh. Such as laptop screen.
Clearly the prime choice for all your skin related cleaning.
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