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What do you guys clean your winshield with? No matter what brand of glass cleaner or brand of towels, it's always streaky at dawn or dusk....how do I get it back to new?
 

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Microfiber towel and Stoners Invisible Glass.

Or crumpled newspaper and stoners invisible glass.

Or Glass Scrub, a cotton towel and lots of water.

Or wash your window with car soap, rinse, and use a squeegy to dry it.
 

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stoners and microfiber towels. they even make some mf towels specifically for glass...

make sure you don't use anything on the tint that isn't recommended.
 

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Re: What to clean the windshield with?

I use Invisible Glass & micro-fiber towels. I spray it on the micro-fiber towel itself that's folded into quarters, and wipe the inside of the window really good, then quickly, I flip the towel over and finish with the dry side. Then I repeat that process with a new micro-fiber towel, and my window is streak free at dusk or dawn.




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Re: What to clean the windshield with?

[quote author=D Bone link=topic=70742.msg1239542#msg1239542 date=1172698646]
I use Invisible Glass & micro-fiber towels. I spray it on the micro-fiber towel itself that's folded into quarters, and wipe the inside of the window really good, then quickly, I flip the towel over and finish with the dry side. Then I repeat that process with a new micro-fiber towel, and my window is streak free at dusk or dawn.




Darryl
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I second the above two step process used by Darryl.
 

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Re: What to clean the windshield with?

[quote author=PaintPolisher link=topic=70742.msg1240429#msg1240429 date=1172723806]
[quote author=D Bone link=topic=70742.msg1239542#msg1239542 date=1172698646]
I use Invisible Glass & micro-fiber towels. I spray it on the micro-fiber towel itself that's folded into quarters, and wipe the inside of the window really good, then quickly, I flip the towel over and finish with the dry side. Then I repeat that process with a new micro-fiber towel, and my window is streak free at dusk or dawn.




Darryl
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I second the above two step process used by Darryl.
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+1, except I use the Stoner's. The name seemed to fit me.

1 bottle has lasted a year.
 

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[quote author=HouRman link=topic=70742.msg1239473#msg1239473 date=1172697370]
Or crumpled newspaper and stoners invisible glass.
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I've always wondered, how does this method not get ink everywhere? At the very least your hands will be all gray.
 

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Stoner's Invisible Glass is the way to go. I used mine with newspaper...not a streak to be seen inside or out. It's good stuff. Sure your hands get all black but who cares, that is what the kitchen sink, soap and water are for. :lol:
 
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