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ADBL GLASS CLEANER2

  • Can ADBL Glass Cleaner2 be used on tinted windows?

    You can use ADBL Glass Cleaner2 for tinted windows.

  • What is the difference between ADBL Glass Cleaner and ADBL Glass Pro and ADBL Glass Cleaner2?

    The main difference between ADBL Glass Cleaner and ADBL Glass PRO is that the former is designed for regular cleaning, while the PRO version is intended for heavier contamination such as mineral and organic pollutants like water spots, bird droppings, nicotine film, etc. Additionally, the PRO version evaporates rapidly, even in challenging conditions like high humidity and low temperatures.

    As for the difference between ADBL Glass Cleaner and ADBL Glass Cleaner2, it’s worth noting that the second version is part of the Holawesome series and was initially intended to replace the basic version of Glass Cleaner. It has improved cleaning and degreasing properties.

  • How to use ADBL Glass Polish with ADBL Glass Cube?

    ADBL Glass Polish can be used both wet and dry – rinsing poses no problem.

    Apply the product to the felt side of the ADBL Glass Cube applicator and, using crosswise movements (first lengthwise, then crosswise), work it on glass surfaces, preferably previously cleaned and rinsed from loose dirt. After finishing the job, rinse or wipe with ADBL Glass Cleaner2, depending on the chosen method.

  • What is the best way to clean piano black plastics in the interior?

    ADBL Interior QD is definitely a better choice, or for cleaning such elements with fingerprints and light dirt, ADBL Glass Cleaner2 will perform well. We recommend using ADBL Chick, an ultra-soft microfiber, for cleaning because Piano Black is susceptible to scratches.

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