“I read the ad and thought it sounded just too good to be true,” says D. Hunt, from Massachusetts, a car enthusiast who had been searching for a truly effective window cleaner. “I got a can and first tried it on my Expedition's windows and I could not believe the difference. It actually looked like there was no glass. I then applied your Stoner Invisible Glass to my award winning Corvette and the glass almost disappeared. It was really that clean! Most of all, there were no streaks.”
John Goldbach of Stoner explains that other glass cleaners use water and “foamy” surfactants or soaps in their products. “These inexpensive ingredients remove basic dirty, but leave streaky residues that are difficult or impossible to remove,” he says. Invisible Glass cleans fast, with a powerful, non-streaking, non-abrasive formula. It evaporates 100 percent and contains no surfactants, soaps or foams. You can choose from an environmentally safe, CFC-free aerosol spray or the new non-aerosol trigger spray bottle. Both deliver a streak-free shine.
Here is a step-by-step guide to getting the cleanest windows possible for both your car and your home, from the experts at Invisible Glass:
* Start with the right applicator. Use only soft, clean, lint-free cloths or towels that are free of residual detergents and fabric softeners (these can streak glass). Avoid paper towels that contain streaky wetting agents. Some pros prefer to use crumpled newspapers.
* Spray a thin coating of glass cleaner on the surface to loosen and dissolve dirt, bugs, sap and difficult, oily grime.
* Gently wipe surface to lift and remove grime. First applications will remove the majority of grime but trace residues of solubilized dirt may remain. A second or third application with a clean cloth may be needed to loosen and absorb these trace deposits.
* Clean both sides of the glass for complete, streak-free shine. Buff glass completely dry.
* For cars, don’t forget to clean the windshield wiper blades with a clean cloth wetted with glass cleaner to renew wiper performance and prevent built-up grime from recontaminating glass.
For more information on Invisible Glass, visit www.invisibleglass.com. Courtesy of ARA Content