Best glass cleaner/polisher?

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Deaks, Mar 18, 2013.

  1. Deaks

    Deaks

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    Recommendations please :smile:
     

  2. E11VYD

    E11VYD

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    i really can not complain with DoDo juice menthol glass cleaner, always spray it onto a mirco fiber rub on, flip it over and wipe any form of smear/residue off if there is any and it comes up great no matter how dirty the glass is. use it in the house.

    steven
     
  3. _Chris.T_

    _Chris.T_ Paid Member

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    AG car glass polish, can't fault it
     
  4. Paddy_R

    Paddy_R Platinum Member

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    For a glass polish I quite like G/techniq G4 though I have AutoGlym Glass Polish too which I like as well.
    For an regular cleaner I use Dodo Juice Clearly Menthol my mate uses Auto Finesse Crystal which he rates highly.
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2013
  5. robby71

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    I've used AG glass cleaner for years - hate it when the dried powder goes into the door seals :worried: just bought some Megs spray on stuff - seems good (streak free)
     
  6. Rogue

    Rogue Platinum Member

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    Love this stuff.
     
  7. lostmotel

    lostmotel

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    I know it's a hassle, but I often have the hoover out at the same time for doing the interior, so I put the narrow nozzle attachment on and hold it next to the cloth when buffing the polish off.

    Joe
     
  8. Applez

    Applez

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    + 1 for AF Crystal!
     
  9. luke3

    luke3

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    Brilliant stuff this is, what I use and wouldn't change it.

    I'll be honest and I never clayed my windows until I last detailed it, and I could not believe the amount of contaminants it removed and how clean the windows were after it, especially the rear window!
     
  10. Arran

    Arran I Love Lamp Platinum Member

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    +1 on this. Best stuff.
     
  11. Giles

    Giles

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    AG glass polish is good, I use it for years.

    If you do it right then it won't mess!
     
  12. Deaks

    Deaks

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    Never thought about that before.. just clay bar as you would the paint? Looks like Ill invest in some of the AF. Cheers chaps.
     
  13. luke3

    luke3

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    Yes mate just the same, I bet you'll get loads of crap off your rear window, makes your windows really clean!!
     
  14. Niknok

    Niknok

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    Polished bliss have a 3 for the price of 2 deal on all auto finesse products. Free delivery also.
     
  15. Applez

    Applez

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    Just seen that! and somehow ended up increasing my AF range shortly after!
     
  16. Monster Detail

    Monster Detail

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    We sell Dodo Juice Clearly Menthol Glass Cleaner and Dodo Juice Supernatural Glass Polish. Both are very popular and effective products.
     
  17. smoggy mark

    smoggy mark

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    Good spot!looks like 3 for 2 for me:smile:
     
  18. Arran

    Arran I Love Lamp Platinum Member

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    Never done it myself either, but apparently it does quite a good job.
     

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