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Old 06-03-2014, 05:16 PM
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I just had to see these two pictures to know that I could smell your car before the door opens. That's a LOT of powerful chemical perfumes. You've gotta be killing your nose.

Lost, I'm going to second Reds suggestions and make a detailed post with product links for you when I get home. You use a amazon?

Lol, I don't use them at the same time, but they don't bother me much. It's usually only strong for the first day!
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:56 PM
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I did want to thank you for this. I've head good things about Meguiar and was thinking about ordering online. Or do general car places (Autozone, NAPA, etc) carry this sort of stuff? I do not have leather seats, just not interested in it. Do you like the Stoner Invisible Glass? My dad swears by Rain-X, but I have the cleaner/whatever and it just doesn't work for me. It's always smeary and blech. I really want something that will do what Rain-X does and help the rain roll off the windshield, but also keep it clean and not smudgy
Definitely at any auto parts store, but you can also find most, if not all, of them at Target or Walmart. I far prefer Invisible Glass. I have Rain-X and it's sooo streaky. You can always clean your windshield and then wax it.
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Definitely at any auto parts store, but you can also find most, if not all, of them at Target or Walmart. I far prefer Invisible Glass. I have Rain-X and it's sooo streaky. You can always clean your windshield and then wax it.
Excellent. I actually think I saw it at Home Depot last weekend. I'm definitely more likely to be in a Home Depot than Target or Walmart. Both of those places are too far away - especially Walmart
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What do you use with the Invisible Glass? I've tried paper towels and microfiber cloth and wasn't thrilled. Is newspaper the magic trick?
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Paper towel, but a little invisible glass goes a long way.
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