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    Never had any problems using just normal glass cleaner (the green stuff), followed by RainX.

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    Agree with lance,just normal glass cleaner

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    AG SRP. Just wipe the residue from your polishing cloth over the windows and they will come off and not re-appear. Also when you are washing the car use an Aqua Blade to get the water off the windows. Leaves them

    Streak free!

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    Ps Obviously wipe off the SRP with a cloth!!! Lol

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    Rain X is perfect for the front screen but i use cheap glass cleaner for the sides and back spray on, wipe, leave a min or 2 wait for a haze then wipe off.

 

 

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