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    Default New hydrophobic glass sealant launch - Glass Shield

    We are proud to announce our hydrophobic polymer vehicle glass sealant, Glass Shield.

    Keeps screens and side windows clean, reducing adherence of dirt and residues such as bugs and road film. Builds a water repellent barrier enabling water to run off the screen easily at even low speeds.

    Enhances wiper performance, reducing judder.

    Easy to apply, durable up to 6 months. Layerable (weekly for 4 weeks for maximum results).

    Suitable for front, side and rear glass windows, inside and out.

    Comes in a stylish aluminium bottle, £9.99 for 125ml, here: http://www.raceglaze.co.uk/car-care-...ading-sealant/

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    Idle curiosity but why would you want to apply it inside, mate? In case of a drinks accident?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nosevi View Post
    Idle curiosity but why would you want to apply it inside, mate? In case of a drinks accident?
    Dirt I guess Pete. I am amazed at how filthy the inside of my daily driver windscreen gets. I found cleaning the inside of the windscreen on my daily driver and the GT4 the most difficult of all the bits of cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francisn View Post
    Dirt I guess Pete. I am amazed at how filthy the inside of my daily driver windscreen gets. I found cleaning the inside of the windscreen on my daily driver and the GT4 the most difficult of all the bits of cleaning.
    Yep, but I doubt this form of product would help inside a car although Iím betting itís worthwile on the outside.

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    You'd be surprised at the film that air-con leaves on the inside of a screen

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    It will help prevent fogging inside (just don't over buff) and help prevent film developing inside - but most folks will use it just outside

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    Quote Originally Posted by mon the fish View Post
    You'd be surprised at the film that air-con leaves on the inside of a screen
    I wouldn't, I clean it off. Makes a massive difference driving at night.

    Quote Originally Posted by MoreThanPolish View Post
    It will help prevent fogging inside (just don't over buff) and help prevent film developing inside - but most folks will use it just outside

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