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Old 11-02-2013, 12:41 PM   #1
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Best stuff to clean the inside of the 4th gen Frontwindow

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So what is the best way to clean the inside of the frontwindow, what did you guys use to make it nice
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Windex, or a mixture of ammonia and water.
Windex always works for me.
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My wife is a Norwex consultant on the side so I just use water and the norwex towel. No streaks and cleans glass great.
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2x for windex. lol Does the trick for me! Just don't do it with the sun overhead on a hot day, man its like a sauna right in that crack.
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Water is all I use on the inside glass now too
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I use a microfiber towel and sometimes a light water mist if necessary.
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I use invisible glass and a microfiber on the inside.
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Invisible glass the only thing I found that would clean mine.
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I use GM window cleaner. Stuff works very well
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Invisible glass the only thing I found that would clean mine.
This^

Stoner brand Invisible Glass is the best glass cleaner I have ever used.


"Windex, or a mixture of ammonia and water.
Windex always works for me. "

You dont want to use Windex or amonia!! Windex contains amonina and amonia will lift window tint!
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Not many people in general and I don't think a single person on this site has their windshield tinted.
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Not many people in general and I don't think a single person on this site has their windshield tinted.

Lots of people tint the top few inches, I think they call it eyebrows or something. I guess thats beside the point though. The bottom line here is there is no reason to use amonia based cleaners on car windows so why have one can of stuff for the windshield and another can of stuff for the rest of the windows? Just try a can of invisible glass and you will never use any other glass cleaner. Its not just for cars you can you can use it around the house too. If you have an amonia based window cleaner with you car cleaning stuff and you have tinted windows you are asking for trouble; just saying.
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Lots of people tint the top few inches, I think they call it eyebrows or something.
Nope. It's just called a windshield tint strip... The "eyebrows" or "eyelids" name is something that mostly import guys do to their headlights:


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I guess thats beside the point though. The bottom line here is there is no reason to use amonia based cleaners on car windows so why have one can of stuff for the windshield and another can of stuff for the rest of the windows? Just try a can of invisible glass and you will never use any other glass cleaner. Its not just for cars you can you can use it around the house too. If you have an amonia based window cleaner with you car cleaning stuff and you have tinted windows you are asking for trouble; just saying.
I agree. I have tried Stoners but wasn't too impressed by it, though.
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