Monday, December 7, 2009

Finding an alternative window cleaner

After the dismal performance of Armorall's customer service, I've been looking around for a suitable alternative, and I stumbled across this : Lifter-1 ProGlas. I'd never heard of this particular company before but that seemed like an opportunity to try something different. What a pleasant surprise. Their product is an aerosol but once it's been shaken up, it sprays a relatively thick, gloopy foam that sticks to the windows pretty well. A quick wipe with a cleaning cloth and a buff with a dry cloth and the inside of my car's windows are spectacularly clean again. It did a sterling job of cutting through the plastic vapour haze that builds up after a summer of being parked in the sun, and it shifted all the goop from various placements of my GPS suction cup too. It did the job quickly, with very little fuss, and the after-smell was not at all objectionable. If you're in need of a glass cleaner for your car, give them a try and let me know what you think. I really liked the job it did on my Honda which is why I'm giving them the free plug.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You don't need any chemical to do this. Simply use water and window cloth with right technique. It works like a miracle. Before that it was nightmare for me to clean the car windows and windshield without leaving stains.

Search for microfiber window cloth it really works and this is not an advert ;)