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Windex Foaming Glass and Surface Cleaner, 13.8 Ounce


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Windex Foaming Glass Cleaner - Ready-to-use formula features foam boosters for maximum cling and minimum runoff. It cleans with Ammonia-D for a streak-free shine and loosens soil upon contact. Windex glass cleaner won't streak or leave a film. Use on chrome, stainless steel, Plexiglas, mirrors, ceramic tile, enamel, plastic and other hard surfaces. Registered NSF C1 cleaner contains no phosphates or chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).

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Windex Foaming Glass Cleaner Msds

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  • Windex Aerosol Foaming Glass Cleaner 19.7 Oz-19.7 oz

    Windex Foaming Glass Cleaner will stay in one place without running or dripping, so that it’s even easier to clean your large surfaces. Perfect for a streak-free shine on glass, mirrors and more!

    I've just tried Windex foaming glass cleaner, which is an aerosol product instead of the more traditional spray pump bottle that you normally associate with this brand.

    I have to say, I absolutely loved it.

    It really coats the surface of your mirrors, such as in your bathroom, so that you can easily clean all parts of it.

    I had never realized how much easier aerosol sprays were for glass cleaning until I tried which is also an aerosol product. Now after trying two different brands I'm sold, and will be using the aerosol version from now on instead of the spray bottles.

    Now, how does the Windex version compare with Sprayway? They were pretty close, since they both did a great job cleaning. I would most likely buy the one which is cheaper, or on sale, or which I had a coupon for.

    However, one area where I think the Sprayway may have done a slightly better job was on stuck on gunk on the glass or mirrors. I had to use my thumbnail more with the Windex to scrape those little pieces of gunk off on than with the competitor, but this is not a huge thing. Just an observation.

    In addition, the Windex brand had a heavier scent, which took longer to dissipate.

    Has anyone else used the foaming version of this product? If so, please and I'll add it to the site.