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    What do you top detailers use for cleaning glass? I generally use a water spray and give a good rub round the windows, then a wad of paper towel to make it clear.
    This works well on the side windows, but not that good on the front and rear. Whats good stuff to use and easy as well?!

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    My exterior glass all gets done with the RainX Cleaner, Never had any problems with it at all, Spray on, rub around, polish off.

    The autoglym Glass polish is supposed to be very good too but never tried it personally.

    Internally, i use either the Meguiars stuff or Fastglass (autoglym)

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    I now tend to avoid sprays due to there useless and just streak I use autoglym super resin polish yer I know it's for body work but does a really good Jon and no streaks use with a pad and a microfiber

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    I now tend to avoid sprays due to there useless and just streak I use autoglym super resin polish yer I know it's for body work but does a really good Jon and no streaks use with a pad and a microfiber
    There's an idea,..

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    AutoGlym fast glass is what i tend to use, pretty easy to use spray on wipe off, job done simples
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
    and still loving it

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    i use mr muscle glass cleaner tbh lol (loves the jobs you hate) lmao

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    +1 for Fast Glass. Always gives a streak free finish for me.

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    I periodicaly go over mine with cerium oxide. It gets all the road film off a treat. But for normal detailing I use Meguires glass cleaner.

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    I normally use Halfords own although I think they have recently changed the bottle so don't know if it's the same stuff.

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    Avoid armour all Big Wipes for glass. They are not big or clever. I took mine back and complained. They are dry and useless. Avoid.

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