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    I use THIS from autobrite. I bought 5 litres over a year ago and still have some left. It was one of those finds that answered all the issues every other glass cleaner has posed for me
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    I've alawys used Auto Glym glass polish with great results or even good old windowlean
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    AG glass polish, gets my vote then possibly seal them with rain x
     
     

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    I use Mers glass polish, inside and out..Works atreat

    BUT..if im driving at night, i do sometimes get streaks showing, but thats because there is a thin film of tobacco smoke forming on the inside..
    Dont smoke kids, you may crash from not seeing where your going when your windscreen smears up
     
     

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    Megs glass cleaner is great. I also use their MF cloth, leaves no streaks...
     
     

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    Just ordered some AG glass polish from egay.

    So how do you use it, with a MF cloth wait til it dries then polish off???

    Oh and thanks for your responses!!!!
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    megs glass cleaner for me too lads!tho for years it was always newspapers and vinegar..fekn ink was a pain too get off the hands tho!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTriple View Post
    Just ordered some AG glass polish from egay.

    So how do you use it, with a MF cloth wait til it dries then polish off???

    Oh and thanks for your responses!!!!
    I normally use the cotton polishing cloths or sometimes a clean rag. Apply it to the cloth then onto the screen very thingly, doesn't take long to go off then just wipe off. Does make abit of dust if you use too much. I do all 5 windows insdie and out and its like theres no glass on the car
     
     

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    I used vinegar in the past but i cant stand the smell. At the mo in using a cheapo tesco glass cleaner but my next purchase will be AG or Megs window cleaner.
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