Glass cleaner

Glass cleaners for glass and mirrors

Glass and mirrors should be cleaned regularly. A glass cleaner must then ensure that you get a streak-free and shiny result with minimal effort. With a universal glass cleaner you can remove most normal stains. But sometimes you have contaminants that require a more specialized remedy.

For example, limescale cannot be easily removed with a standard glass cleaner, so you need a remedy that you can use to tackle the limescale. The same applies to stubborn contamination on greenhouse glazing, for example. You then need an agent that softens the pollution so you can polish off without scratching and / or damaging the glass. The Clean-X Glass Scrub is extremely suitable for this. If the glass is then clean, you could protect it with the Clean-X Invisible Shield.

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How do you clean a mirror?

Cleaning a mirror is a simple process. Here's a step-by-step guide to effectively cleaning a mirror:

  1. Gather your supplies: You will need the following items:
    • Microfiber cloth or lint-free cloth
    • Glass Cleaner
  2. Remove dust and loose dirt: Before applying the glass cleaner, gently wipe the surface of the mirror with a dry microfiber cloth to remove dust and loose dirt. This step will avoid scratching the mirror during cleaning
  3. Spray the cleaning solution directly onto the surface of the mirror or onto the microfiber cloth
  4. Wipe the mirror: Take the microfiber cloth and start wiping the surface of the mirror in straight, overlapping motions. Start at the top and work your way down. Apply light pressure to remove smudges, fingerprints, and other...
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