Home and Car Cleaning Tips from ChicMoto!

Spring cleaning doesn’t need to be restricted to your home alone. Caroline Ecklin, founder of ChicMoto, the popular auto blog for women, shares her home and car cleaning tips for getting a showroom shine on your vehicle windows…and cleaning glass at home!

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Home and Car Cleaning Tips from ChicMoto

When the weather is nice out, we clean! I’ve mentioned before the importance of keeping your car clean in the summer and winter. Not only will you enhance the life of your vehicle, but you can also increase your resale value if you keep your car looking good. Now, I am sure a lot of you use different car cleaning products, but one product that needs to be in your garage is Invisible Glass. In fact, you can use Invisible Glass on your car and then, using the same bottle, take it inside to do some household spring cleaning! One bottle with so many cleaning opportunities. It doesn’t get better than that!

Since it was 70 degrees in PA this past weekend, I took advantage of the weather and cleaned my car (of course). I mentioned using Invisible Glass and the Reach & Clean Tool in my car wash video, but I wanted to give you guys a better tutorial on how to use IG and the Reach & Clean Tool for both home and car cleaning.

Let’s get started.

Using Invisible Glass Throughout Your Vehicle

The video below demonstrates how I use IG throughout my vehicle. Remember, never clean your glass in direct sunlight and keep drying until the product is fully dried for that streak-free finish.

Here are all the areas in my car I clean with Invisible Glass.

  1. Interior / Exterior Windshield
  2. Rear-View Mirror
  3. Side Windows (interior and exterior)
  4. Side Mirrors

There is nothing more enjoyable than being able to clean your vehicle with ease. You can sit back in any car seat and reach your windshield without having to break your back. I mean it, just watch the video if you don’t trust me!

 

Using Invisible Glass Throughout Your House

 

Cleaning Tips for Shower Doors

In this second video, I took IG and the Reach & Clean Tool into my house to start a little spring cleaning. I cleaned my dirty glass shower doors, cleaned the mirrors, cleaned the counter tops… I was able to reach and clean my outside windows, too!

 

Here are some things you can clean in your house with Invisible Glass.

  1. Windows (interior and exterior)
  2. Doors
  3. Mirrors
  4. Light Fixtures
  5. Chandlers
  6. Glass Showers
  7. Sinks

Plus, did you know you can use any extender on the Reach & Clean Tool to reach those high windows? Easy peasy!

Tips for cleaning windows

Window cleaning tips using Invisible Glass

Remember, just like cleaning your car windows, for maximum visibility and that streak-free finish, don’t clean those windows in direct sunlight! Also, keep drying until the product is completely dried! Some little tips for that perfectly clean glass 🙂

Don’t settle for dirty glass. Just grab one bottle of Invisible Glass plus the Reach & Clean Tool and your house and car will be the cleanest thing on the planet. Almost as clean as mine 😉 Enjoy!

 

4 Comments for “Home and Car Cleaning Tips from ChicMoto!”

Mark Los

says:

I have used invisible glass for years. I have four cars and hate dirty widows. Over the years I have found many other uses as well. Any chrome or stainless steel on your car is a good candidate. I use this to clean my grill hood and the grill tools. After using when they are still warm, spray with invisible glass then wipe clean with a paper towel. Even when cold this product will break through the grease and make your tools shine. My wife uses her bottle in the shower on the glass doors. Once a week keeps them clean and shiny. Sometimes when I am working in the garage and get my hands dirty, I spray them down then wipe with a paper towel, then I can continue without getting grease on everything I touch. Best glass cleaner on the market. I have also purchased the reach and clean tool. This is the best tool I have ever used to get down to the bottom of the windshield inside as well as the back window, which is also tough to reach. I have added a microfiber pad to buff to a high gloss. Great product with five stars in my book.

Victoria Miville

says:

Hi Mark, thank you for using Invisible Glass and for sharing these great tips! You’re an expert!

Tom Carlton

says:

Over the years I am a dedicated Stoner product user. I tried the IG in the pump sprayer. It seems that the cleaner in the pup is different than that in the pressurized can. Is this a figment of my imagination or is there a difference ?

Victoria Miville

says:

Hi Tom, thank you for using Invisible Glass! Both formulas are the same – both free from soaps, scents, dyes, and additives that leave streaky residues on glass. The main differences are that the aerosol can provides a fine mist spray so less product is actually distributed. Some people really enjoy this because the product doesn’t run or drip as fast when working on vertical surfaces.

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