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Old 11-26-2013, 09:46 PM
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I have just fixed my heater core and I cannot seem to get the residue off the interior windows! I have used Windex with ammonia, and Stoner Invisible Glass with no success, it just seems to smear the residue around the windshield. Any suggestions?
Try wiping down the cleaner with newspaper. It's all I use on windows.
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This was a major issue for me as well! I found Primo's thread here. I purchased the Sprayway glass cleaner from eBay (link) and the microfiber madness towel from CarPro (link).

I must tell you that these two products together are a dream come true! I smoke in my truck so that adds a very thin film to the interior glass that is difficult to get rid of. I also recently had my two front windows tinted as well as a tint eyebrow applied to the windshield. The install guys did a great job but they seemed to overlook all the streaks they left behind.

The combination of the Sprayway and the MF towel worked wonders! I had tried the newspaper trick, the Stoner Invisible Glass and even good ole Windex and nothing would completely remove all visible streaks. But the Sprayway did! And the MF towel didn't leave any lint behind. Perfect and very highly recommended!

Here is a snippet from Primo's thread.. though I highly suggest reading the thread in its entirety as there are some other wonderful products mentioned (most I have purchased and know to work wonders).

The perfect solution to your interior glass cleaning needs, is the duo of Sprayway Glass Cleaner and the Microfiber Madness Cloudbuster Glass Cleaning Towel. Sprayway’s heavy-duty cleaning action, is achieved without ammonia, so it is aftermarket tint safe, and it’s foaming action clings and dries quickly with no residue or streaking, especially when paired with the Microfiber Madness Cloudbuster Glass Cleaning Towel which features a special waffle weave pattern, that utilizes a more aggressive fiber than others to remove stubborn spots, built up grime, and anything else cloudy looking glass might throw at you.

Start your window cleaning with the driver’s door and front passenger door. If your door has a window frame, lower the window approximately one inch to allow access to the top part of the glass. This part should be cleaned and dried first. Spray with glass cleaner and buff dry. Now roll the window back up and clean the remainder of the window. Pay attention to the corner of the windows, as this is where you will get most smears and streaks. Don’t forget your driver’s side and passenger side mirrors.

While you’re sitting down in the passenger’s seat, clean the inside of the windshield. The inside of the windshield is easier to clean from the passenger’s side as your access is not obstructed by the steering wheel. Take your time around the rearview mirror as it is only glued to your windshield. If you bump into the rearview mirror hard enough or at the right angle, you can break it loose from the glass.
I agree 100%. I found the same link to be helpful to me as well. I have never had cleaner, clearer windows on my vehicles than I do now.
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