Sprayway Glass Cleaner Trigger Spray
Sprayway Glass Cleaner removes fingerprints, dust, dirt, smoke film and other common messes around your glass surfaces. It’s streakless and ammonia-free, dissolves dirt, grease, grit and grime and leaves no film.
- Ammonia free
- Trigger nozzle
- Fresh scent
- Removes fingerprints, dust, dirt and smoke film
- Can be used on all glass surfaces
Availability: in stock
You’ve owned glass cleaners before, but never one this good. Use it on every glass surface around your home. Our Sprayway Glass Cleaner works great on other surfaces too. The foam sticks, so no drips or chasing. Our formula is streak-free to wipe away dirt and grime with no worry about residue or film. Get back to clean windows, doors, and tables with just one can.
Cleaning windows, shower doors, glass tables, and mirrors has never been easier. Skip the paper towels that leave lint behind and opt for a microfiber cloth to save money and get those streak-free windows you desire. Spend less time glass cleaning and more time admiring your windows’ new glow.
- Using Sprayway Glass Cleaner is easy! Just spray on and wipe off with a cloth to remove fingerprints, dust, dirt, smoke film and other common soils. Remember to start at the top of the window or mirror and clean downwards to avoid dripping and streaks. Clean in a zig-zag “Z” pattern as you work your way down. Use a dry cloth to go over the surface after cleaning to ensure a streak-free shine.
- While cleaning with paper towels can be convenient, they often can leave lint, residue or streaks. Instead, use a cloth rag (an old t-shirt), or microfiber cloths and/or a squeegee to leave your windows and mirrors crystal clear. Believe it or not, crumpled up newspaper is great for cleaning glass surfaces.
- Try to clean your windows on a cloudy day. Window panes warmed by the sun can dry too quickly and potentially leave streaks on the glass.
- Clean and dust windowsills and sashes before you clean the glass itself. This will avoid a mess if any glass cleaner gets on the window frame and mixes with the dust and debris resting there. Cotton swabs or a small foam paintbrush doused with cleaner can be used to get into crevices between the glass and frame to remove dirt.