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Old 12-13-2015, 09:58 AM   #1
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Glass cleaner that isn't lousy?

I've tried both Invisible Glass, Armor-All--both sprays, plus various wipes in the past. All of them streak like crazy unless I buff with a dry cloth afterwards, which is hard to do in some areas like the bottom of the inside rear glass.

What do people use that's good and (relatively) streak-free? I'm trying to stay away from stuff with ammonia because I don't think it would be good if it got on interior vinyl and plastic surfaces.
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Windex or viniger both work surprisingly well and do not leave streaks. I use both for home Windows and car windows and don't have issues with streaks.


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Thanks, but doesn't Windex contain ammonia?

Vinegar is an interesting idea...used diluted warm vinegar to pull some salt stains out of my carpet after the winter. Worked great.
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I believe they make ammonia free windex now but vinegar works well. Just dilute it with water. That's what I use on all my windows and mirrors and it never streaks



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I like Adams Glass Cleaner. Best one i've used so far.
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Windex or viniger both work surprisingly well and do not leave streaks. I use both for home Windows and car windows and don't have issues with streaks.


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Vinegar does work very well, but then there's that lingering aroma that subtly says:
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I use Gunk Glass Cleaner....works great....not sure about the ingrediants.
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I also use vinegar throughout my home, it also has the added benefit of killing mold.

Anything with ammonia and/or vinegar will stain rear window carpet and dash! make sure you cover them thoroughly and wipe them down with moist cloth when done.
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lousy glass cleaner!

For years I have gone crazy trying to have streak free windows on my rides. As the years go by you pay more for less it's the American way. Any how I give U a couple of tips. It is not so much the glass cleaner,but what U wipe them with. I use Scott brand (white no print) paper towels. Keep one fairly wet not dripping then use dry ones to wipe dry. A couple times a year on my daily drivers,I spray the out side of the windshield down,then use a single edge razor and slowly go over it . Razor will sometime scratch the glass.I suggest U use a handle for the razor short money. I also use lint free pure white cotton wipes. U can buy these a Walmart. 10 for about $3-$4. Don't forget to wipe down your wiper blades.
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Thanks, everyone! Keep 'em coming. I'm digesting all the info.
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cider vinegar is supposed to be great for digestion.
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And I can clean the glass with it too...multiple uses!
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cider vinegar is supposed to be great for digestion.
It turns alkaline vs acid in your system... Good stuff
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Sprayway glass cleaner, get it at menards. works great! ammonia free.
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And you can use it to decorate your windows at Christmas time.
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And you can use it to decorate your windows at Christmas time.
But if it's vanishing action, how would people see the decorations?
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But if it's vanishing action, how would people see the decorations?
LOL Good question but it vanishes when you wipe it off.
This stuff dates back to the 50's. No longer available.

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Does each can come with a practice duck-and-cover drill?
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If you can find the commercial Windex in the aerosol cans that is the best!


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I use Perfect Glass. Seems to work ok but I think I am switching to Adams.
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Use what the good detailers use:


White vinegar (not deluted,unless you use distilled water) and newspaper. Just don't bump your head afterwards because you didn't see glass
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OK, I think I'll try the Adam's Glass Cleaner ("saved for later" on Amazon) next and be sure to use a fresh cloth when I do. Failing that, vinegar! Thanks for the input, everyone!
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I use baby soap mixed with water. Just like what most tint shops use. I started using that on Windows years ago when I started tinting. It's safe for all window tints. Does not harm anything in vehicles. And it leaves the car smelling clean as a baby's @55 lol.
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For what it's worth, got some Adam's cleaner from Amazon that I will try out when it's a bit warmer. For giggles, I took the Rain X stuff I was using and applied it to a couple of mirrors around the house using a clean paper towel. Now, these mirrors should be less oily/filmy than the car windows, and the Rain-X stuff left noticeable streaks. Guess that was the problem!
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For what it's worth, got some Adam's cleaner from Amazon that I will try out when it's a bit warmer. For giggles, I took the Rain X stuff I was using and applied it to a couple of mirrors around the house using a clean paper towel. Now, these mirrors should be less oily/filmy than the car windows, and the Rain-X stuff left noticeable streaks. Guess that was the problem!
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Lots of great info there!
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I have been using purple Sparkle Glass Cleaner for years, absolutely the hands down winner, it's ammonia free and never leaves streaks, it gets your glass so clean that it's scary. It can also be used on the painted surfaces too and refills can be bought in gallon jugs at a really super good price to refill your squirt bottle.

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THIS!!

SPRAY AWAY glass cleaner is by far the best glass cleaner I have ever used. You can use it on everything since it is amonia free. You can use it on your car windows, mirrors, lights, household glass/mirrors, bathroom hardware, faucets, plastics, laptop screens, some TV screens, etc ,etc does not damage anything and leaves a streak free clean, 100% guranteed. Nice smell to it as well. Its like the Franks hot sauce of glass cleaner, " I use that sh.. on everything!".

I have used Invisible Glass, all types of Windex amonia/ amonia free/ aerosol/ non aerosol, commercial cleaners like Zep (which is in 2nd place in my personal rankings), Sparkle, Kaboom, Fantastic, and on and on. I used to own a small commercial cleaning business and this is all we used on glass/mirrors and bathroom faucets, period, no competition whatsoever, at this price point! For a short period of time I also did car detailing on the side and again this product made life easy.

As many have said you want a glass cleaner that is amonia free, and is an aerosol/ spray foam. Put it on lightly, a little goes a long way. I use the blue Shop paper towels, they come in a roll/box and absorb like crazy, so again on the paper towel a little goes a long way. If its a really dirty window then I suggest you clean it at least twice, dont gob it on with the thinking that if you douse it that it will clean more or be more effective. Like any cleaners, repeated cleaning is better than over spraying (this may cause streaks no matter what your using).

I am not a rep for this company, it has always been my favorite cleaner, period. I appreciate products that work great, and are priced very low! You can buy this at your local Walmart, Home Depot, etc, at Home Depot it is $2.39 a can usually, has even been on sale at HD for $1.98 at points. Dont waste your money on more expensive glass cleaners because they come with a premium name, Im sure Adams works great but its almost $10 a bottle! Im sure Griots is good too, but again pricey for glass cleaner (Griots makes great quick detailer spray, I have also used plenty of these type of detailers; and have been the happiest with Griots. Their detailer spray is in the median as far as price point).

Ok, Im done now raving about Spray Away glass cleaner, sorry its just a great product. Cleaning glass can be very frustrating, like when you think you got it looking good; then you drive at night, and see all the streaks/fogging.

Go get it you will not be disappointed!

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Yes I agree. This stuff works very well. Want to make sure your glass hasn't been baking in the sun though.


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I'm an old Glazier. Journeyman glass worker, Spray-Away is what the professionals use. Used to use that stuff for everything.
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I'll have to check it out...glass cleaning is on the back burner with the winter weather these days...
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