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This is a discussion on Window cleaner within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Sprayway Glass Cleaner. It's ammonia free, so its safe for all tinted applications. (never use ammonia based (windex) on window ...

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    Sprayway Glass Cleaner.
    It's ammonia free, so its safe for all tinted applications. (never use ammonia based (windex) on window tinting!)
    Can be hard to find tho...
    I've had great results inside and out.

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    I've been using Rain-X Glass Cleaner inside and out with a micro fiber cloth (36 for $15.00@Costco) and I could not be happier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07 View Post
    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
    Wrong, Stoners comes in a bottle too. I have one sitting next to me right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Girion47
    Wrong, Stoners comes in a bottle too. I have one sitting next to me right now.
    Maybe in the 3 years since Scott's post, they've started using bottles now ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Maybe in the 3 years since Scott's post, they've started using bottles now ...
    heh...that was pretty funny...and exactly right too. (love posts that dig up the ancient path..especially when they start out "WRONG". Perhaps I should start this one out with "LATE"
    FYI, I tried the liquid stoners and did not find it worked as well as the aerosal. Had to work harder to ensure no streaks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigurd View Post
    Use "Stoner" window cleaner. Black bottle with a yellow cap. It comes in a foaming type spray can.

    Works awesome and its safe on tint. I get it at O'Reilly but im sure some other places carry it. Place that tinted my windows recomended it and its good stuff.
    have used this since I've had a car works great nice subtle smell and its cheap at Wal-Mart for like 3 bucks a can. Its called Invisable Glass

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    Stoners Invisible Glass + Newspaper (instead of paper towels or cloth).

    Best combo. Period. Water & Vinegar & Newspaper is a close second.

    Make sure the newspaper isn't colored, only black & white, no streaks ever.

    Of course don't do the windows in the sun.
    Last edited by PewterTA; 03-31-2010 at 06:58 PM.

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