[V6-12v] How to get rid of that annoying sheen on the inside ofwindows
james_whitehouse1 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Nov 24 07:00:40 EST 2006
Yeah, I think it's a mixture of road grime and fumes that form an oily
residue, but most glass 'cleaners' seem to do the same thing. Personally I
use Autoglym 'Car Glass Polish'. The product information actually states it
'doesn't use wax or silicone which can cause dangerous smearing in wet
weather' (so don't know if those are your problem in the other products?). I
use that for an initial and intermittent deep clean and in between times use
Autoglym 'Fast Glass' spray. The products seem to work well. I also use a
Halfords microfibre cloth which seems to cause less smearing too and you can
wash out periodically.
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> From: v6-12v-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:v6-12v-bounces at audifans.com] On
> Behalf Of Tom Christiansen
> Sent: 24 November 2006 07:37
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> Subject: [V6-12v] How to get rid of that annoying sheen on the inside
> It's rainy season in the Seattle area these days. This causes the
> windows in my 1994 90S to fog up. The reason is that there's some sort
> of sheen/film/grime on the inside of the windows. I've tried amonia
> free automotive glass cleaner, Windex (or its Safeway equivalent),
> Formula 409 to no avail. I can only distribute this road grime (or
> whatever it is) to a nice even smear that causes the windows to steam
> up when driving in the wet. Do you have any suggestions for how to get
> that stuff off? What do you use to clean the windows?
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