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foamy window cleaner

has anyone found a good foam window cleaner. ive bought a few any they all say they are foam and when i spray it, it comes out watery.

any ideas?
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shake it before you use it?
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shake it before you use it?
i thought that was the problem. so i tryed that. but it didnt work.
then i thought it might just be to cold outside. so i put it inside for a couple days and tryed again. still watery. then i thought mabiie it was just the can. so i bought a new one. didnt change a thing. so im thinking it was just the brand. becuase my friend works at a detail shop and his works really well, but it has to be ordered from someplace. any other ideas?
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buy some stoner invisible glass.
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The foaming type works wonders.. cleaned my old '88 ranger's windshield better then eer.. loved it :-)
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invisible glass is the s***.....i have used it for years
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invisible glass is the way to go
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I use Invisible Glass also. I recommend it 100%. Actually gets all kinds of junk off, bug guts, smoke residue, bird droppings, etc..
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We like invisible glass also. My wife uses it inside the h9use for nearly everything!
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Stoner's ftw!
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Try Elite Auto Glass cleaner. Its industrial cleaner and works great.

... just dont forget to shake.
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I use Invisible Glass also. I recommend it 100%. Actually gets all kinds of junk off, bug guts, smoke residue, bird droppings, etc..
I agree, i use newspaper to dry them too. it works really good.
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Yeah newspapers work really well.
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buy some stoner invisible glass.
I second that. Its the best stuff made for cleaning windows. All stoner products are amazing. The trim shine the tire stuff. Try it all
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I bought some invisible glass... works like a charm. Any other products like Invisible Glass that works better??
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Sprayway aerosol glass cleaner if you can find it. Usually not stocked in auto stores. I don't know of any dealer or detail shop that doesn't use it around here
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Stoners

John Deere glass cleaner (aerosol) also works great.
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