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Window cleaner / wax / clay???

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No tinted windows, but I use the stoner window cleaner, from pep boys....

As for wax, that's a very interesting topic....(I have midnight blue)

I use 2 coats of rejex(bought it online from mfr) as a base, then I use zymol(the real stuff) to take out any light scratches, if that doesn't work then I use 3m stuff(depending on the scratch, I might use scratch and swirl remover or light compound). I tried the blue tinted turtle wax(same as sonax), it worked great, but could got blue everywhere(i.e. clothes, sunroof trim).

On the rejex front, it's a polymer that needs to setup between coats, I even use it on the glass and the rims, and it makes it very difficult for dirt and bird droppings to stick.

On my orient red boxster, I used zymol or meguires gold class, while gold class looked great, it had nothing to remove light scratches and only lasted a few weeks.

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;) Thanks for the input... I'll pick up some Rejex online and try that. I have to figure out where to get some clay as well. Unfortunately due to CA Law they won't sell me the window cleaner from Griot's...

Any other ideas?



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Groit's window cleaner wipes do an excellent job of cleaning, and you don't get any over spray on your leather dash, door panels, etc. (BTW, I live in CA and they shipped them to me):


Griot's lint free windshield towels are the best:


One Grand Blitz is the best carnauba wax I've used (easiest application/removal and best durability):


I've been using Clay Magic on my cars for years:


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:( Called Griots and they stopped shipping to CA 6 months ago... I guess too much Alcohol in their window cleaning products... Is it really worth the double S/H if I have them shipped to a friend out of state and then they inturn ship them to me?

If so, bang for buck Wipes or Spray/cloths?


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I have been using Sprayway after reading Guru Reports window cleaning guide. It is safe for tinted windows (I found mine at Ace Hardware). I really like my microfiber towels for cleaning windows.

Check out


They have information on waxes and window cleaners and tire/wheel care.

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