Invisible Glass products are available in grocery, auto parts, drug, hardware and discount stores in the U.S., Canada, and other international locations.
Product specific retailers are listed on each product page on InvisibleGlass.com.
Some retailers have the product placed in the household cleaner aisle or in the automotive section.
Crumpled newspaper, low lint cotton cloths and microfiber towels will produce the best results.
We do not recommend paper towels because they can contain softening agents that may cause streaking, or leave a haze on the glass.
It is best to launder towels without added fabric softener or dryer sheets.
Invisible Glass does not contain any active ammonia.
Yes, we have tested Invisible Glass safe for use on household and most automotive after-market window tints in good condition. We recommend testing a small area first.
Care of tinted windows may vary.
Invisible Glass is not formulated for use on your electronics. These include your LCD and plasma television, mobile phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop computer screens.
Invisible Glass aerosol can, trigger bottle, and canister wipes are not formulated for use on your eyewear.
Invisible Glass Lens Wipes are safe to use on your eyewear.
Yes, Invisible Glass bottles are completely recyclable once they are separated from the trigger top. Look for the symbol on the bottom of the bottle. Please recycle.
Invisible Glass does not contain soaps, scents, or dyes. It evaporates quickly and completely, leaving glass clean and clear with no streaks, haze or residue.
Cleaning windows on a cool, cloudy day will work best. Sunlight can heat up windows causing sprays to dry before you can wipe them clean.
You can use Invisible Glass on glass, mirrors, chrome, and stainless steel. You should avoid painted surfaces, wood, and plastics. Clear plastics to avoid include, but are not limited to, Plexiglass, Eisenglass and Lexan (motorcycle windshields).