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Old 07-27-2003   #1
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foggy front windsheild

What is good to remove this? Cuz I bought Rain-x anti fog for the interrior and that stuff is junk!!! All it is is alcohol and when i spray it on a clean paper towel and whipe it it streaks. Cant beleive it!!
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Hell Yeah! That stuff messed up my windows big time. I went to Pepboys and got this stuff called Invisible Glass, it worked like a charm. I tried other things but they didn't work to well. Try it and let me know how it works.
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i also use invisible glass...... pretty good
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i also use invisible glass...... pretty good
I will put in a third vote for invisible glass...i used it as well and was pretty happy
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I've had the same problem.. looks like I'm gonna have to give this stuff a try
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the rain-x for windsheild works pretty well
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i use a auto glass cleaner (forgot the name), i use 2 cotton towels. 1st i spray the glass, then spread/wipe, then i turn to a dry part of the towel and wipe over again. then when im done with the whole windshield, i get the other towel and wipe over it again turning to a dry part every few seconds. i use 2 towels because the dry part of towel #1 can be a little wet, even if you cant feel it, which causes streaking. using the second towel just gets rid of those streaks

its a little time consuming, but its worth it . i hope this made sense haha
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Stop smokin the sh#t in your ride and you won't have that problem. -JK- imp:
Invisible glass works great.
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i use the invisible-glass as well...great product!!

do you use protectant on your dash...because that does effect the front glass and causes fogging
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I use Spray Away glass cleaner...I dont know if you can get it in a regular auto store. I usually but it from my car product supplier. Anyway, I usually stick to Aerosol products....and I spray the glass down and then wipe it with a clean terry towel....then I dry it with a Microfiber towel. The micro fiber towel is great because it cleans up all the residue and streaks...leaving you a nice clean windshield.
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