TODAY | March 21, 2013
>> this morning.
>> thank you.
>> be still my heart.
>> natalie, please.
>> hello george.
>> well, david, i'm sure you've had plenty of fans, fingerprints, smudges on the windows. you've had to clean your windows.
>> i have. yes, i have.
>> you're okay with rolling up your sleeves and helping?
>> no, i'm not. i've nominated matt.
>> no, we're going to fight over that at the end. show us how to do it right.
>> all right. so basically a lot of people go with the paper towel and your glass cleaner, that's not the right way. what you want to do is go with 50/50 white vinegar and water and put it in a spray bottle or literally just a few drops --
>> let me make sure --
>> literally a few drops of dish detergent.
>> why is that better, though?
>> this, if you think about when you're doing your dishes, you get streak-free, don't get the water spots, mix that up in a bucket. newspaper, if you use newspaper instead of paper towels , you're not going to leave any residue. and i've got a whole set-up here. first thing you want to do -- give you one of these. i know you're a neat freak.
>> you put a towel down here sometimes, right?
>> always -- right here. i've got one right here. you want to dust it off. don't want dust and dirt on there.
>> i've got to tell you something, you look good with that. you look good with that. really do. you know the best time of day to wash your windows?
>> i do not.
>> you want to do your window washing in the morning or evening, otherwise there's a hot sun, you're going to get streaks.
>> there you go.
>> i think you guys are good. paper towels , no, newspaper or even better squeegee. i was noticing the windows in spots. i've got two big sponges here.
>> here we go. we've got a dirty window here.
>> all right.
>> all right. guys -- david. did you get hit?
>> yeah. quick reflexes.
>> all right. are you guys ready?
>> are you guys ready? start the clock. go. and we've got savannah here to judge. squeegee there you are. you're going over your line.
>> okay. okay.
>> matt -- you've been doing