Cleaning interior of glass

CKAJCA

New Member
I hate cleaning the interior of my car glass because not matter what products I try they always seem to end up with smears and seem as bads as they were before I started. Any advice or recommendations for products that work REALLY well. Thanks
 

Thechenga

New Member
I think the product you use to apply and wipe off the product is very important in not leaving smears behind. I got myself Bowdens naked glass spray and have a glass specific mitt which cleans up great. Crystal clear and no smears.
 

NevMan

Well known member
So many decent glass cleaners out there:

Angelwax Vision - one of the best IMHO
Stoner’s invisibles - pretty good and reasonable
Gyeon Q2 Glass - also good, just not as good as the above.

Also, key to use at least two microfibres, one to apply and initial wipe and 2nd for final wipe.

If glass is really dirty or has greasy surface, glass polish or clay bar or mitt great for getting rid
 

Potterswheel

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@jassyo06 recommended I try a 50/50 mixture of Isopropyl alcohol and water in a spray bottle to clean the inside of my windows, I bought the alcohol off ebay and it works wonders ( £5.00), gets the window squeaky clean., and easy to use.
I agree though use a clean lint free/microfibre cloth yo wipe it off afterwards.
 

NWHighlander

Registered User
You should try WINDOWLEEN and newspaper.

Mike
 

jassyo06

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MR JAZZEY
@jassyo06 recommended I try a 50/50 mixture of Isopropyl alcohol and water in a spray bottle to clean the inside of my windows, I bought the alcohol off ebay and it works wonders ( £5.00), gets the window squeaky clean., and easy to use.
I agree though use a clean lint free/microfibre cloth yo wipe it off afterwards.
Lol interior glass cleaning one thing lve learnt is not to use a microfiber cloth use a dedicated glass cleaning cloth microfiber cloths leave tiny near invisible fibres on the glass and only become visible indirect sunlight ....also for the windscreen and rear screen use the dufler glass cleaning tool as l call it from Halfords https://www.googleadservices.com/pa...vbWywt73AhXVh1wKHZ2_DXwQwg8oAHoECAEQJg&adurl=
 

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Harvey

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I use the Costco microfiber cloths & have never noticed any 'bits' on my glass. Rain-X 2 in 1 glass cleaner & polish gets my interior & exterior glass looking great with no streaks after buffing it off.
 

Potterswheel

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I used this one from Halfrauds always thought it was microfiber
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I know it says OXO on busses but ????

who says you cant teach an old dog new tricks??
 

spartacus 68

Registered User
Can't fault Autoglym's glass polish. Apply with damp cloth and wipe of with dedicated microfibre cloth that's not contaminated with any other product.
 

Potterswheel

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I use the Costco microfiber cloths & have never noticed any 'bits' on my glass. Rain-X 2 in 1 glass cleaner & polish gets my interior & exterior glass looking great with no streaks after buffing it off.
I also love Rainex straight on the outside- LOVE the way water runs upbank on the screen and you don't need wipers when moving at minimal speed , but only reluctantly use the wipers as they soon make a mess of it, - you can guarantee wifey will use wipers even when screen dry is a drawback!
 

Mick3

New Member
I've had great results with autoglym fast glass, spray on and wipe of with a decent microfiber cloth. No streaks or marks afterwards.
 

Taxboy

Registered User
I think the key is to use 2 specialised glass cloths. Once to wipe with the product and another to remove. Another tip that works for me is to only wipe the product cloth in one direction, otherwise you end up spreading the dirt you've just removed back onto the clean area.
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