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This is a discussion on Window cleaner within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by D0WNxSH1FT Inside and out? You dont get the bad streaks that kill your vision at night when ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by D0WNxSH1FT View Post
    Inside and out? You dont get the bad streaks that kill your vision at night when lights blur in it?
    I do often but thats because i don't clean them often, whenever i freshly clean them they are good for a while. But they do still go back to terrible at night, i only do inside, outside i use my rainx car wash
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    I use stoners invisible glass with a microfiber towel and they come out pretty damn good.

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    1:4 Vinegar:Water or just use water. Also, as said above, don't clean windows in direct sunlight, you will lose every time.
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    i use Gunk's window cleaner and a paper towel....comes in a foaming can, seems to work pretty well.
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    I am going to try Stoners with a micro fiber.

    It seems I can never have enough micro fibers laying around.

    I use 2 for when I wax (one to white up the residue and then I go over the car once again with another to make sure I didnt miss any)

    2 to dry the car (I have a water blade but use the microfiber to get the door handles and other odd places.

    2 for the interior (one to apply and one to dry).

    I need to find a bulk supplier.
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    Stoners FTW. My professional detailing friend introduced it to me. Amazing stuff...you basically can't get it wrong when using.
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    I hate stoners. I bought some and applied, and the bottle broke and poured all over my carpet. Plus it was all streaky. Jackarses. I've been using Eagle1 very happily since then.
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    Stoners hands down.

    I recently had to clean an accumulation of dried bugs in full midday sun. Stoners did it very well without a single streak. I also use Rain-X regularly - this makes it even easier to keep exterior glass clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevlarcupid View Post
    I hate stoners. I bought some and applied, and the bottle broke and poured all over my carpet. Plus it was all streaky. Jackarses. I've been using Eagle1 very happily since then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevlarcupid View Post
    I hate stoners. I bought some and applied, and the bottle broke and poured all over my carpet. Plus it was all streaky. Jackarses. I've been using Eagle1 very happily since then.
    sounds like operator error


    I've used eagle on before that works pretty good, the local autozone never seems to have it anymore though.
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    When I got my tint put in they told me not to windex the tint because it will eventually cause it to flake.

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    Coffee filters work wonders on windows as well, if you don't want to spend $3 on a microfiber towel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D0WNxSH1FT View Post
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    So what's the secret? Stoner? Something else?
    I don't use ANY liquids on my windows at all, I always kmeep a pack of fresh razor blades, and I detail all the windows (not the rear) with a fresh razor blade. You can't get any clearer more perfect windows then doing it with a blade flat against the glass. It removes everything from dust, to sticky juice glue soda etc. When you're done, wipe the glass off to remove any loseneed up particles which didn't fall down and you'll think you bought new windows.

    It takes some getting used to, but thats how I roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevlarcupid View Post
    I hate stoners. I bought some and applied, and the bottle broke and poured all over my carpet. Plus it was all streaky. Jackarses. I've been using Eagle1 very happily since then.
    that is real funny considering Stoners comes in a can and not a bottle. And you'll be happy to know that most detailers prefer this over Eagle1 any day of the week. You obviously have not used Stoners as it is impossible to get streaks with it...you can literally spray it on and let it dry without streaks if you wanted. Donkey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drive_STIck View Post
    I don't use ANY liquids on my windows at all, I always kmeep a pack of fresh razor blades, and I detail all the windows (not the rear) with a fresh razor blade. You can't get any clearer more perfect windows then doing it with a blade flat against the glass. It removes everything from dust, to sticky juice glue soda etc. When you're done, wipe the glass off to remove any loseneed up particles which didn't fall down and you'll think you bought new windows.

    It takes some getting used to, but thats how I roll.
    Sounds tint friendly.

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