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Posted By: BlueOvalFitter

Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 05:20 PM

It's the only glass cleaner I will use. I prefer the aerosol can.
The IG Reach & Clean tool sure makes cleaning the inside of the windshield very easy;


Posted By: Zee09

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 05:47 PM

IG is awesome
Posted By: Dyusik

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 05:48 PM

I've been happy with the combination of Sprayway from costco and a newspaper.
Posted By: rooflessVW

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:00 PM

I always buy their wipes - and never have any issues.

I bought a can of wipes here in CA for my rental, and they leave my windows streaky and linty. Why?
Posted By: Zee09

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:02 PM

Originally Posted By: rooflessVW
I always buy their wipes - and never have any issues.

I bought a can of wipes here in CA for my rental, and they leave my windows streaky and linty. Why?

Most likely old stock.
Posted By: SatinSilver

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:06 PM

Originally Posted By: Dyusik
I've been happy with the combination of Sprayway from costco and a newspaper.


+1, I do prefer it over IG. I bet the OP has never tried it.
Posted By: dogememe

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:13 PM

Sprayway all the way laugh
Posted By: Newreet

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:45 PM

I once bought a case of Invisible Glass over the Internet. The box arrived empty. But shipping was free. I guess all in all I can't really complain! laugh
Posted By: andrewp1998

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 06:49 PM

It really is invisible!!! LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
Posted By: Chris142

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 07:11 PM

Macs 8100 is my favorite. Invisible glass always streaks
Posted By: Kira

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 08:10 PM

You know what stinks? I'll tell you what stinks.

The old newspaper trick was perfect. Then papers changed to low rub ink which worked, just not as well.

Now there's a plethora of color pictures in newspapers which require a white layer under the colored ink.

This white layer streaks like mad. Use only the B&W pages.

Thank you
Posted By: Delta

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 08:21 PM

I used to use Invisible Glass, but after a while the price was going up, and while I like good results, I'm cheap! Bought a gallon of Meguiar's D120 Glass Cleaner concentrate. It makes 11 gallons of window cleaner (approx $.50 per 32oz bottle!). Mixed with distilled water and using a waffle weave microfiber nets streak free glass every time!
Posted By: nap

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 08:27 PM

Windex Auto (the clear, non ammonia one) and your favorite brand of kitchen paper towels.

As a bonus, they both have many other uses than just the glass.
Posted By: KrisZ

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/19/18 08:31 PM

I use it with brown paper or a microfiber cloth. Never had good luck with regular white paper towels.
Posted By: 97prizm

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/20/18 01:12 AM

Its goid stuff. I also recommended Adams car care works wonders. It smells like lime cool aid too! The waffle weave towels are best, never liked newspaper.
Posted By: Garak

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/20/18 01:26 AM

I love Invisible Glass, too!
Posted By: BlueOvalFitter

Re: Invisible Glass - 05/21/18 03:56 PM

Originally Posted By: Newreet
I once bought a case of Invisible Glass over the Internet. The box arrived empty. But shipping was free. I guess all in all I can't really complain! laugh

I would have demanded a refund.
Posted By: joel95ex

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/07/18 11:41 PM

used to use the aerosol IG but switched to sprayway with newspapers on outsidesand inside windshield--- and 100% cotton on tinted windows
Posted By: SatinSilver

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/07/18 11:48 PM

Yes, +1. By the way the OP has been banned, fyi. Since not showing up in the User List any longer.
Posted By: FastEddie

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/08/18 03:02 AM

Fast glass towels and water, haven't used a glass cleaner in a long time as I can get glass perfect with the right towels, could care less about the cleaner.
Posted By: Voleak

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/08/18 08:20 PM

I use Savogran's Dirtex for my cars and house windows. Used along with microfiber rags, excellent results.
Posted By: xxch4osxx

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/09/18 12:34 AM

Originally Posted By: SatinSilver
Yes, +1. By the way the OP has been banned, fyi. Since not showing up in the User List any longer.


Why? He was a long time member.
Posted By: nthach

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/11/18 05:39 PM

I've used Invisible Glass and Sprayway, frankly I like the latter better. Invisible Glass doesn't have a surfactant in its formula, it's more of a solvent per the MSDS.

The next thing I want to try - https://www.diversey.com/diversey-care/d...-non-ammoniated

Glance is pretty much the benchmark for glass cleaners in a janitorial/custodial setting. Most retailers and chain restaurants use the stuff.
Posted By: Richie

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/11/18 05:52 PM

Optimum No Rinse for me
Posted By: Gipple

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/11/18 09:41 PM

White vinegar 75/25 mix with distilled water. IG has ruined the tint in my truck.
Posted By: Broo

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/13/18 03:18 PM

I also use Invisible Glass. It's cheap and works great. I prefer the spray though.
Posted By: DAC2018

Re: Invisible Glass - 06/14/18 10:11 AM

I haven't tried IG before
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