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Garage Therapy Glass
Soft99 Ultra Glaco
Soft99 Glaco De Cleaner
Standard Glass Cleaner: Garage Therapy /ONE: Glass Cleaner
This is a no nonsense glass cleaner that’s easy to use, doesn’t leave streaks and just does a good job at getting the windows looking squeaky clean. It comes with a high-quality trigger sprayer and flashes off to leave a smear-free finish every time.
Here’s a link to the Garage Therapy Glass Cleaner.
Glass Polish: CarPro Ceriglass
I like to deep clean the exterior glass using this product before applying a coating to ensure it can properly bond and last for as long as possible. This product can be worked into the glass either by hand or by machine and leaves it squeaky clean by removing any water or chemical stains that glass cleaners aren’t capable of tackling.
Here are links to CarPro Ceriglass:
Glass Coating: Soft99 Ultra Glaco
Applying some protection to the glass means that the water will bead up and roll off the windscreen when driving on faster roads, and makes it easier for the windscreen wipers to clear the glass. I’ve found this to be a very durable product which has excellent wiper blade resistance. It has a maximum claim of 12 months, but I feel like 6 months on a daily driven but still well maintained car is realistic from my experience.
Here is a link to Soft99 Ultra Glaco:
Hydrophobic Glass Cleaner: Soft99 Glaco De Cleaner
This is a super easy hydrophobic glass cleaner that I like using on the exterior glass to top up the protection. It flashes off to leave a smear-free finish and keeps the windscreen nice and hydrophobic to improve visibility when driving in the rain.
Here are links to Soft99 Glaco De Cleaner: