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Old 21-10-2019, 10:25 AM   #31
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Just did mine at the weekend with gold old fashioned Windolene Cream. Inside and out my glass is spotless.

Solvents cant dissolve grease, it can dislodge it but you cant create or remove matter... it has to go somewhere and that is not in the air!

Cream is best for suspending the matter and avoids reapplying said grease when it gets on your cloth.
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Barkeepers friend would also be effective, I use BKF for the outside and Autoglym Glass Polish for the inside of the windscreen.
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I use 3M Glass Cleaner on the inside of my glass. A superb, underrates and great value product in my opinon (see my video below).

I also use it on the outside after every wash. It has a little durability so expect some beading after application for the next few days (on bare glass). Safe with window tints and coatings!

I have also found on some very greasy windows, that the AutoGlym Glass Polish, left to dry does absorb some of the grease when buffed off.

The greasy marks on the inside of glass are a pet hate of mine, especially driving through a town with many street lights at night.

https://youtu.be/FSH4SGKmf3g
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