- Easy to use
- Streak-free finish
Automotive glass faces special cleaning problems, such as road grime, bugs and tough dirt on the outside, and an oily film on the inside.
Grime from the road contains grease and salt, and can be very difficult to remove. Smears in winter, and the glare from the sun in summer can be hazardous and a clear windscreen is therefore essential for safe driving.
- Quickly removes tough road dirt, grime and insects
- Cuts through tough film build up on interior windows
- Does not contain ammonia, which means it is safe for tinted windows
- Leaves windows streak-free for maximum visibility
- Spray onto glass.
- Wipe dry to a streak-free shine with a paper towel or lint free cloth.
Help & Advice
- Exterior TipsKnowing how to clean your car wheels and wash your tires the right way can make a big difference to the overall look of your vehicle. Your tires pick up the most dirt while driving. Find out the right way clean your tires and wheels, including how to clean chrome wheels.
- Exterior TipsPlastic and rubber can be found all over a car’s exterior — the trim, molding, bumpers, even the brackets that hold wiper blades. We’ve got the tips you need on cleaning these items as well as how to clean black plastic trim on a car and washing a convertible’s canvas.
- Exterior TipsEven with vast improvement in the quality of automotive paint, you still need to protect your car’s thin clear coat finish from oxidation and environmental damage.