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Old 05-05-2010, 06:16 PM   #1
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Clean tinted window

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I'm looking for a product to clean tinted windows.

My friend told me don't use normal glass cleaner for it.

Any recommendation would be nice.

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Stoners invisible glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth. you can get Stoners at Canadian tire or costco.
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Anything that is alcohol based, (Stoners, Sprayway, AG Fast Glass etc ) are fine for tinted windows. If you have mf towels, even straight water will work ( if you are a non smoker ).
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Anything that is alcohol based, (Stoners, Sprayway, AG Fast Glass etc ) are fine for tinted windows. If you have mf towels, even straight water will work ( if you are a non smoker ).
just to add to what Ken said.

Stay away from using window cleaners that contain Ammonia because that's what will ruin tint. window cleaning solutions that contain Ammonia are generally blue coloured.
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i got brand new spray can glass cleaners for sale that is used thru out the automotive industry
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