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    I still havent tried the Zep cloth. Maybe it's the key to best results. I've been using Sprayway.
    Treat it like it's the only one in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    I still havent tried the Zep cloth. Maybe it's the key to best results. I've been using Sprayway.
    Itís nice for light maintenance but for a dirty window needs some effort. Using it for a final wipe after cleaning.... works amazing for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    I still havent tried the Zep cloth. Maybe it's the key to best results. I've been using Sprayway.
    That thing is the real deal. Just like he said, use it on nearly clean glass for that perfect finish. It really is foolproof.

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    Got a chance to try this product today on the Ranger.



    I can certainly see why this is a well respected product. I really liked how it performed on the second wipe, evaporating quickly and leaving the glass feeling slick. Compared to Stoners Invisible Glass, Clarify does not have a strong alcohol aroma, rather a pleasing banana scent. Also worth noting, CarPro have changed their sprayer heads recently. The newer ones don't feel as good as what they were using previously.

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    Ah, but is the glass totally streak free from all angles?
    Treat it like it's the only one in the world.

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    Also worth noting, CarPro have changed their sprayer heads recently. The newer ones don't feel as good as what they were using previously.
    Seems to be a worldwide sprayer shortage. Lots of products are shipping with different sprayers seemingly due to supplier constraints.

    I prefer using my own Tolco sprayers for pretty much every product I buy. Only exception is I really like the sprayer that comes on the 22oz bottles of Griot's Garage products.

    Meguiar's just started using the same sprayer on some of their Ultimate spray liquids last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    Ah, but is the glass totally streak free from all angles?
    It really does look streak free if used per the directions. Wet the cloth with water from the sink and wring out but not bone dry of course, then just go along and wipedown the windows leaving that last ďstreakĒ to dry on itís own within seconds and sure enough thereís no streaks.

    I dunno if Iíve given it the all angle inspection that you speak of, but when used as intended it hasnít failed me yet. The only time I saw it do a noticeably imperfect job was when I used it to try and clean a back window inside & out that was far too dirty to expect it to work on its own.

    The only reason itís not my go to for every interior windshield is due to its size. If it was larger and beefier itíd be ideal size for even truck sized windshields. It can do it, but user experience is much better on well maintained vehicles i.e. your own ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwaleke View Post
    Only exception is I really like the sprayer that comes on the 22oz bottles of Griot's Garage products.
    Even some of those are coming with different sprayers now too.

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