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what does everyone use to get a streakfree clean for their windshields. long story short i have a 12 hour drive from nj to sc in front of me and i need to make sure that two cars have completely clean, streakfree glass. tried windex and it streaked on me. anyone?
 

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make your own with vinegar and water and use newspaper like the olden days

i use the amonia free cleaner for tint and it works like a charm
 

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You have a porter cable? I like to hit my windows with a couple passes then follow that with some glass protectant like rainex or something.

If you dont have porter cable, use a clay bar
 

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Water in a squirt bottle and green micro window towels (lint free)
 

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For me, the key to clean windows is a waffle weave towel. I have pretty good results regardless of brand of glass cleaner with them, although I prefer Adam's Glass Cleaner most.
 

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To keep my glass clean:

1. Claybar the glass. (once every three months.)

2. Clean the glass with Adam's Glass Cleaner and Adam's Microfiber Glass Towel.

3. Seal the glass with Adam's Glass Sealant.

4. Clean glass one more time.

From that point, keeping a streak free shine should be an easy task. Keeping the Adam's Glass Sealant on it will certainly help with washing the bug guts off.

In case you didn't know, you do get a forum discount at www.adamspolishes.com.

If you have any questions, feel free to PM me.

Mook
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Great INFO!
 

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For the interior of the glass just keep in mind that the less cleaner you put on, the less there is to smear. Other than that a clean, SOFT towel with no fabric softener will work best.
 
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