Window Cleaning Checklist

Why Invisible Glass Works Better

The Clear Dry Formula

It’s no accident that Invisible Glass works so well. Read more about our Clear Dry Formula—the secret behind great glass cleaning results.

No Soaps

No Soaps

Soaps are great for cleaning dirt, but they leave behind a film that causes streaks. Our Clear Dry® formula starts clean using a unique water source free from additives. We’ve developed a blend of water-soluble cleaners that work hard and evaporate completely.

No Scents

No Scents

Invisible Glass is free of added fragrances that can become household irritants and streak glass, unlike other brands which contain synthetic fragrances, harsh fumes, and ammonia.

No Dyes

No Dyes

Our Clear Dry® formula is free of added dyes and colors. Dyes and colors are great for making a product stand out on the shelf, but they cause streaking and surface staining. That’s why we keep Invisible Glass as clear sparkling clean glass.

No Residues

No Residues

What good is a glass cleaner if it leaves behind residue? Residues from soaps, scents, dyes, and additives are found in many glass cleaners. These residues cling to glass surfaces forming streaks and attracting dust and grime. Our Clear Dry Formula is specially designed to completely evaporate, leaving nothing behind but beautiful glass.

No Streaks

No Streaks

Invisible Glass contains water-soluble cleaners that work better breaking down greasy fingerprints, pet slobber, dust, and grime, leaving your surfaces streak-free.

Stop Cleaning Up After Your Glass Cleaner.

Tired of seeing streaks, especially right after you’re doing cleaning? The problem might just be your glass cleaner because many glass cleaners contain additives that leave streaky residues on glass surfaces.

Invisible Glass has the 100% residue free Clear Dry® formula. We never add streaky soaps, scents, or dyes to our residue-free glass cleaners. The water-soluble cleaners in Invisible Glass work hard to break down greasy fingerprints, smoke haze, pet slobber, dust, and grime. Then Invisible Glass easily wipes clean and evaporates completely leaving nothing behind except perfectly clean, streak-free glass

Glass is a unique and difficult surface to clean. That’s why we’ve developed our products specifically for the challenges of cleaning glass. From water spot removers, to rain repellent, and glass cleaners for home, automotive, and on-the-go, you’ll love the invisible clarity of Invisible Glass. Look for our cleaning kits with everything you need to get started cleaning your home or vehicle.

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Learn more about glass cleaning and get tips and tricks from our experts. We’ll share the best ways to clean every glass surface in your home, as well as pro-detailing tips for your auto windows and windshields.

Window Cleaning Checklist

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Free Window Cleaning Checklist

Is cleaning windows on your spring cleaning to-do list? Download this handy Window Cleaning Checklist to get ready! The American Cleaning Institute reports that 80% of people who take part in spring cleaning will be cleaning windows. Let's face it, for most (present company excluded) cleaning windows is a pane but it doesn't have to be! With the right tools and a few tricks of the trade your windows will sparkle!

Window Cleaning Checklist

   Window Cleaning Supplies:

  • Microfiber Cloths
  • Soft Bristle Brush
  • Vacuum with Extension Hose
  • Sponge
  • Bucket with Soapy Water
  • Residue Free Glass Cleaner
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Window Cleaning Checklist

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Clean on a cloudy day. Sunlight can heat up glass causing cleaners to dry too quickly. You'll spend all your time re-applying and cleaning up streaks from dried on cleaner. Choose a cloudy day instead.   Remove draperies to ensure they don't get wet while cleaning. Wipe down blinds using a damp microfiber cloth and tether them out of the way so the window is fully exposed.   Brush window frames, tracks, and screens with a soft bristle brush. Vacuum up debris using an extension hose.   Line windows sills with a microfiber cloth to catch access water then wipe screens from top to bottom using a sponge and soap and water.   Choose a glass cleaner that is residue free. Cleaners containing soaps, scents, and dyes leave residues on glass. Residues form streaks and attract dust and grime to the surface.   Swap paper towels and newspapers for clean microfiber cloth. Many paper products contain softening agents, inks, or detergents that can be transferred to glass when wet leaving a haze.   Working from the top down clean in a side-to-side or up-and-down pattern. A circular motion can create a static charge attracting dust to the surface. Completely dry windows to avoid streak and water marks.

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