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mh68
Dec 23rd, 2006, 06:26 PM
I finally got some glass cleaner from the detailers line and is it awesome! Mixed 10:1 and it works as well, if not better than NXT glass cleaner! It removed the inside film a lot easier than anything I've used before and being able to get it by the gallon, it's a lot more economical.

Mike

jfelbab
Dec 23rd, 2006, 07:47 PM
I finally got some glass cleaner from the detailers line and is it awesome! Mixed 10:1 and it works as well, if not better than NXT glass cleaner! It removed the inside film a lot easier than anything I've used before and being able to get it by the gallon, it's a lot more economical.

Mike

Yeah, I found this about a year ago. Awesome, appropriately describes this product. Economical is another adjective that fits very well. My wife loves this stuff around the house. Best mirror and window cleaner she ever used, so she tells me. She uses it on the appliances too. I have had to mix her up a batch all for her own so I don't need to go searching for my auto glass cleaner. ;)

gorin002
Dec 24th, 2006, 02:12 AM
works very wel i have it to

flatstick
Jan 22nd, 2007, 10:19 AM
Yeah, I found this about a year ago. Awesome, appropriately describes this product. Economical is another adjective that fits very well. My wife loves this stuff around the house. Best mirror and window cleaner she ever used, so she tells me. She uses it on the appliances too. I have had to mix her up a batch all for her own so I don't need to go searching for my auto glass cleaner. ;)


So looks like my wife is not the only one borrowing the glass cleaner with the awesome grape smell. actually have my daughter using it on the bathroom mirror. I like to use it on the outside windows of my house as well. being how it is so inexpensive and works well, why not :spot

Backcountry
Jan 25th, 2007, 10:12 AM
I'll join the party.

I picked some up on a whim a couple weeks ago and mixed up a bottle. I was a little skeptical at first. You dilute it 10:1 and end up with this barely-colored bottle of water, and that's supposed to leave you with streak-free glass? Not only that, but no matter how hard I tried to wipe it all up, I was left with a moist window.

But then... BAM! It dries, free of streaking, and you have the most amazingly transparent glass you've ever seen. It's taken over all the jobs Windex used to have around the house, too. :bigups

SD DIESEL
Jan 27th, 2007, 05:08 PM
I've been using it for 2yrs. And there's nothing that comes close,I love the beading action in the rain. As for the house my wife uses just about all my Meguiar's produces in the house.

Lt1Corvette
Jan 28th, 2007, 09:49 PM
With out doubt one of my favorite products from Meguiars. Nothing comes close, and I have tried a lot of high end glass cleaners over the years. I used to use seperate ones for inside and out.

flatstick
Feb 6th, 2007, 10:18 AM
[quote=Lt1Corvette;160969]With out doubt one of my favorite products from Meguiars. Nothing comes close, and I have tried a lot of high end glass cleaners over the years. I used to use seperate ones for inside and out.


Me too . surprised that more people do not make the switch. considering the price of a gallon they would be set on glass cleaner for a long time :bigups

Hemin8r
Feb 6th, 2007, 10:54 AM
I really like this glass cleaner as well. Which remiinds me, time to re-order.