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Old 07-08-2007, 05:55 PM   #11
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Yeah I love my detailing stuff....the back seat of my car is pretty much full of detailing stuff.

303 protect is AWSOME for dash, tires, trim, door seals, etc
303 carpet cleaner is the best one I have ever used second to steam cleaning/similar.

IG is definately safe for tinted windows and such, and does an amazing job cleaning.
(for best results on glass, use newspaper to clean with the IG)
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I've been a fan of Invisible Glass for years too. I use crumpled newspaper also and it literally has cleaned my windows so well and streak-free, at certain angles in certain light I couldn't tell that windows were up.
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I bought some yesterday. Stock was low, but a $13.99 product for $6.99, gonna try one bottle out.
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I've been a fan of Invisible Glass for years too. I use crumpled newspaper also and it literally has cleaned my windows so well and streak-free, at certain angles in certain light I couldn't tell that windows were up.
i've lost count of how many windows I have had to redo because I clean them and then think they are down and smack my hand into the window


Jim, i'm interested to hear what you think. And since you rarely post pictures.....maybe you should do that too :P
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Right now the car is as dirty as a pig-in-shat thanks to some much needed rain, once it clears up I'll give it a shot. And wth, I'll even post some pictures.
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I bought some yesterday. Stock was low, but a $13.99 product for $6.99, gonna try one bottle out.

I'm trying to understand the pricing. Jim did you buy one can of Invisible Glass for $6.99?
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Wrrrrrrrrrrrrring Wrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrring, anyone home?
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I bought some yesterday. Stock was low, but a $13.99 product for $6.99, gonna try one bottle out.

I'm trying to understand the pricing. Jim did you buy one can of Invisible Glass for $6.99?
I imagine he got one 303 for 6.99 instead of 13.99 because Invisible glass doesn't cost that much regularly priced.
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Ya, sorry about that, I guess I missed this thread.

I paid 6.99 for the bottle of 303, I didnt find any Invisible Glass. I stick with Gunk Foaming window cleaner and newsprint to clean my windows.
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The reason I asked is because I was at Costco this week and they have 4 cans of Invisable Glass for $12.99.
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