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Old 05-26-2009, 02:29 PM
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What about when I do it then I roll my windows down and it leaves streaks from the weather strips lol
 
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Old 07-19-2009, 10:43 PM
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Stoners Invisible Glass and a microfiber tower always get the job done for me
 
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you can clean glass with about anything, as long as you use long wide wipes to avoid streaking. If your like me and use natural shine on the plastic, chances are youll get it on the glass. The easiest way to get it off, is spray it with your favorite cleaner, then rub it with your hand, wipe it off. simple and quick.

learned it from a car detailer.....
 
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I just used a microfiber cloth and white vinegar. That really works well for me. To help find streaks easily wipe up and down on one side and left & right on the other side. You know where the streak is immediatley. Newspaper & vinegar works well also.
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i'll have to agree, stoners invisible glass is definitely the top dog here
 
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I have heared but not tried Bon Ami non abrasive cleaner is good on glass especially with water spotting.
 
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Originally Posted by DKSDAD View Post
I have heared but not tried Bon Ami non abrasive cleaner is good on glass especially with water spotting.
do u know if it has amonia in it?
 
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Dollar tree window cleaner and Newspapers. Saves money and looks great.
 
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I've been in the parts biz for 12 yrs now and agree that Stoner's Invisible Glass is good. 3M also makes a good cleaner specifically for tinted that i was pretty pleased with, and yes i use newspaper. A little trick I read was wipe the outside Horizontal (The Horizon), and interior vertical. Helps narrow location of any streaks that may occur
 
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denatured alcohol and water, or a non ammonia spray... works good mixed with windex too
 

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