Posted by Stan and Dee Bringer on October 16, 2005, 2:46 am
All right! How do y'all clean the inside of the windshield?
Posted by Michael Pardee on October 16, 2005, 3:53 am
I bought a "Glass Wizard" from the "As Seen on TV" store in Phoenix. It
actually works well although the cloth has to be washed frequently. It is
sure easier than trying to contort my aging body to reach all those areas.
It is available on the 'net at
(may have to patch the URL a bit....)
Posted by B. Peg on October 16, 2005, 4:17 pm
I bought some Stoner's "Invisible Glass" from the local Kragen Auto Parts
place. It's in black and yellow spray can. It works far better than using
Windex and the sundry grocery-store window cleaners that streak and smear.
Also, get one of those special microfleece towels they also sell in their
cleaning area. Those work really well.
I wrap the microfleece towel around my hand and spray the backside of it
fairly well. Seems to keep me from having to do the weird contortions to
reach to the thing due to the slant. Once you start using the "Invisible
Glass" streaking will become a thing of the past. You can often then just
clean it with a microfleece towel and nothing on it. Just make sure you
don't wash the microfleece with a fabric softener additive as it will then
streak again. Luckily, I don't have to clean it as often since I started
using the stuff.
Posted by richard schumacher on October 16, 2005, 10:14 pm
Windex and old cotton socks. This works on the dark plastic surfaces
and the MFD screen also.