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#1 OFFLINE   Cobra348


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Posted 14 November 2016 - 02:06 PM

Didn't see anything specific for those wanting to clean the inside of the glass in between washes/detailing.  Well, here are a couple methods I've used that work pretty well.


The more expensive way - Invisible Glass and fine microfiber cloths for glass.  Spray the IG as directed and used the cloth to wipe it off and clean the glass.  CON:  If like me, there will be streaks that are a pain to remove after things have dried.


The less expensive way - Magic Eraser and paper towels.  I used the foaming Mr. Clean bathroom ones.  Get it moderately wet and wipe the area of the glass, followed by use of paper towels to dry thoroughly.  The eraser I used has a smooth side and a knobby side with very low foaming action.  I used the knobby side.  PRO:  If there is a streak or two, the use of a regular microfiber cloth will remove it.


And there is the old vinegar and newspaper solution if you want to go that route.  I've never used it TBH. 


BTW - a slightly damp Magic Eraser can be used to remove a grease spot or two that might get on light colored parts of the interior.  Gentle rubbing followed by light pat dry with paper towel.

Edited by Cobra348, 14 November 2016 - 02:09 PM.

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#2 OFFLINE   mwr


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Posted 14 November 2016 - 02:31 PM

Norwex cloths are a bit pricey but work great.




#3 OFFLINE   murphy


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Posted 14 November 2016 - 02:35 PM

Lay towels on the dashboard while cleaning the inside of the windshield.  Most cleaners are bad for the dash material.

#4 OFFLINE   clariden19


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Posted 14 February 2019 - 06:56 PM

I don't try any DIY but I do cleaning using microfiber cloth.

#5 OFFLINE   2014FordFusionSE


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Posted 15 February 2019 - 01:35 AM

I wash my own cars and after a lot of trial and error, I've found that using a damp chamois, cleans the windows the best. Completely streak free.

After I'm done washing and drying the vehicle, I twist the chamois dry and use it to clean the inside windows.


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