Vision Glass Polish
Contact Relatively speaking, there’s not many detailing companies that produce an actual glass polish and that makes this new product pretty interesting. Obviously a cream is more like something you’d use to clean your paintwork and the principle is exactly the same here. The only real difference is Vision isn’t a normal abrasive polish, it cleans off the grime chemically meaning it’s safe for use on tints and chrome films as well as normal glass. Sprayon cleaners typically contain a lot of solvents enabling them to evaporate to (hopefully) eliminate smearing, that’s why many cheaper ones take more than their fair share of wiping for a clear finish. With a polish like this the product doesn’t need to evaporate totally, it simply hazes over and you buff off the residue. One mistake people also make with a spray is using too much, you don’t get that so much with a polish. Just whack a couple of pea-sized drops on your applicator pad and away you go.
www.autofinesse.co.uk conventional spray bottle product but, considering how much buffing you have to do to get all the smears out with a spray, I actually found this much less effort. Vision hazes quickly and it’s not like a wax where you have to put in some serious elbow grease to buff off the residue either – I like that a lot.