Look for products that do not contain ammonia, as this chemical can damage automotive surfaces. Read more about the differences between ammonia-free and ammonia glass cleaners for your vehicle here.
If you want to achieve the best results, choose a product that is lint-free. Avoid the use of paper towels, as they will leave tiny fibers and an annoying residue when your work is complete. Instead, look for a cotton cloth that you know to be lint-free. Microfiber cloths also work well.
When cleaning the retractable windows on each car door, open the window an inch or so first and start your work there. This will help you to get rid of any dirt that may have built up around the rubber seal.
Make sure to clean off any overspray off of non-glass surfaces as this can cause water spots.
Before you use the product, make sure that you shake the can well. Always hold the dispenser upright and spray a fine mist onto the surface from between eight and 12 inches away. Then, wipe off and polish with a lint-free cloth.
Vary the way that you work, and you can avoid any of those streaks or wipe marks. Begin by cleaning in a circular motion and then continue with vertical swipes, followed by a horizontal pass. If you do so, you should end up with a streakless shine.
A little goes a long way. In many cases using too much product can lead to streaks. People generally use more liquid because when using a liquid you are constantly chasing product while gravity takes effect. Our foam-action formula clings to surfaces so you don’t have to worry about chasing liquid to the floor.
Sprayway Glass Cleaner features a heavy-duty foam, and it will cling to any vertical surface. This will make it easier to dissolve any stubborn, grease, dirt, grit or grime.
Some flat-panel TVs and Automotive LCD Screens feature a non-glass screen and glass cleaners are not recommended. If in doubt, refer to the TV manufacturer’s handbook to see what they suggest.