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OptiGlass Glass Cleaner

OptiGlass Glass Cleaner

Regular price €16,95
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For all glass surfaces, a precise recipe delivers a finish that is incredibly clear and streak-free.

✅Can be applied to all glass surfaces
✅Incredible clear

Any car cleaning procedure should end with cleaning your windows inside and out. This will ensure you do all the details. Our Optiglass makes the final step of your deep clensing, as a couple sprays and then wipe if off with our special towels for glass, it will leave the windows incredibly clear and steak-free.

How to use:
1. Always conduct a product test on a discrete region first. When applying, make sure the glass is cool to the touch.
2. Avoid using too much glass cleaner. Spray the solution once onto the glass, then instantly wipe it off with our Glass Microfibre towel, in a straight line.
3. To attain a finish that is completely clear, flip the microfibre over to the clean side and wipe it off thoroughly.

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OptiGlass Glass Cleaner

Regular price €16,95
Regular price €0,00 Sale price €16,95

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Can it be used on tinted windows?

Yes, it works on tinted windows as well as non-tineted windows. Will leave a streak free finish.

How to wash my windows

Always as a precaution: Make sure the car is in the shade and that the windows cannot get hot from direct sunlight during the cleaning process. Close the windows whenever possible. Spray on a glass towel 2 sprays of Optiglass: Make sure the towel is damp, but not too soaked. We always start from left to right on the outside of the car windows with the damp glastowel. Rub it out first and there you turn the cloth to wipe off streak-free with the dry side of the glass towel. Then it's time for the outside rub it with the damp cloth but now from top to bottom. This so that if there are still a few streaks you can quickly see which side to be on!

What if I keep streaks after cleaning my windows?

To remove steaks, use a fresh glass towel or microfiber cloth. From top to bottom, move slowly and evenly, being careful not to exert too much force. Take care not to use too much optiglass and to make sure the cloth is not too wet. If streaks persist, attempt a different cleaning technique.