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This may sound like a stupid question, but it's not. What products do you use to clean the inside of your car windows? I have tried a half dozen products and all leave streaks. The streaks most commonly show when i am driving toward the sun but are not apparent when i am doing the cleaning. I can no longer get the original formula windex whic is the only product i can recall ever cleaning my car windows well, and that is going back some years. I don't smoke and my windows are not tinted. I try to clean my cars completely every 1 - 2 weeks.

Appreciate any suggestions that work since the marketing BS is obviously not true.
 

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methylated spirits with newspaper. (the clear stuff if you can get it). Metho is great (its the base product in windex too) as it is an alcohol it doesnt really dry it evaporates therefore there is no residue left on the glass, and I find newspaper better than cloths as it doesnt leave excess fluff on the glass. Keep in mind this WILL DESTROY tint on your windows so only use it where there is no tint (windscreen, out side and in, and mirrors)

edit: follow warning on the bottle when using methylated spirits, always use gloves and be sure the car is very well ventilated!
 

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This may sound like a stupid question, but it's not. What products do you use to clean the inside of your car windows? I have tried a half dozen products and all leave streaks. The streaks most commonly show when i am driving toward the sun but are not apparent when i am doing the cleaning. I can no longer get the original formula windex whic is the only product i can recall ever cleaning my car windows well, and that is going back some years. I don't smoke and my windows are not tinted. I try to clean my cars completely every 1 - 2 weeks.

Appreciate any suggestions that work since the marketing BS is obviously not true.

I use invisible glass and get no streaks, Apply it to a glass cleaning cloth (most auto stores sell them) and use a dry glass cleaning cloth to clear any streaks, Also only do this in shade and make sure the car wasnt sitting in the sun a few hours ago as the hot glass will increase the chances of streaks.
 

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oddly enough , my wife bought a window cleaner thats "as seen on tv " its a 3 inch by 4 inch aprox flat piece of plastic, with fiber cloth on it, same stuff you would use to take wax of car, and its on a 12 inch long handle, it works great, and i was laughing my a$$ off at her when she brought it home, then i tried it , i stoped laughing :in love:
 
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