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Vision is a blend of light abrasives and deep cleaning agents designed to cleanse, degrease and restore clarity to your interior and exterior glass.
Specially formulated to provide a double hit of mechanical and chemical stain removal, the abrasive qualities of this thick, viscous liquid physically scrubs and polishes surfaces on a microscopic level to not just eradicate ingrained contaminants, but to remove light scratches and water marks, too. At the same time, a fusion of several specially developed cleaning agents break down the most stubborn grease and grime, allowing it to be simply wiped away.
With powerful cleaning abilities, but gentle enough to be used on tinted windows, Vision is an advanced evolution of the age-old detailing concept of a traditional glass polish. Never has it been easier to transform tired windows and give your glass a new lease of life.
- Removes stubborn stains from glass.
- The light abrasive removes fine scratches to restore clarity.
- Gives tired looking glass a new lease of life.
- Suitable for use on tints and chrome trims.
Apply two pea size drops to a microfibre applicator.
Work into the surface using medium-light pressure.
Buff clear with a fresh, short pile microfibre towel.
Avoid contact with plastic and rubber components.
Is Vision Glass Polish safe for use on tinted windows?
Yes. Although using abrasives on window tinting films will usually lead to surface scratching and noticeable defects (and wouldn’t be recommended), the extremely fine abrasives used in Vision Glass Polish have been specifically selected to be gentle enough to not damage these relatively sensitive surfaces. It is worth noting however, that Vision is a polishing and cleansing product (containing deep-cleaning agents as well as abrasives) that should only be utilised where it’s needed, and for the most part that will be on the exterior glass where you’ll find the vast majority - if not all - of the staining and light scratches you’ll be looking to remove during your detail. Window tinting films are typically applied to the inside of the glass, an area that doesn’t often need intense polishing for purposes of defect and bonded contaminant removal, a good quality non-abrasive product is usually sufficient for cleaning these areas. Essentially, being an interior surface and little more than a vinyl layer over the top of your glass, tinting films typically suffer from greasy fingerprints, light dust, sticky films from coughs and tobacco residue and other minor contamination, all these can be quickly and effectively taken care of using a safe, solvent-based glass cleaner, such as Crystal Glass Cleaner, with just a spray and a wipe.
What is the difference between the Glass Waffle and Superior Waffle?
Both the Glass Waffle and Superior Waffle have been specifically developed for use on vehicle glass when cleaning, polishing and restoring windows and other glass surfaces in and around your car. Both these premium detailing and valeting cloths also have a specially engineered waffle weave for increased absorption and to trap contaminants and polish residues away from surfaces, making them ideal for use with Vision Glass Polish, Crystal Glass Cleaner and Caramics Glass Cleaner. The difference between these two towels is in the microfibre used and how it makes contact with glass surfaces. The Superior Waffle is slightly softer and more absorbent, making it the perfect product for soaking up spray-on cleaners, while the Glass Waffle has a little more of a scrubbing texture, making it great for tasks where a little more bite is required, such buffing away polish (meaning it particularly ideal for use with Vision) and cleaning away more intense stains. For more on these, see our full guide – Glass: How to Clean, Protect and Get a Sparkling Smear-Free Finish.
What’s the difference between a waffle cloth for glass and a traditional microfibre cloth?
All-purpose microfibre cloths – such as our 400x400mm, 300GSM, Microfibre Work Cloths and Work Cloth Trio – are great all-rounders, suitable for a multitude of cleaning and finishing tasks in and around your vehicle. These super-soft items can be used to great effect with the vast majority of detailing and valeting products, and this includes Crystal Glass Cleaner and Vision Glass Polish. The difference with our Glass Waffle and Superior Waffle though, is that they’re specifically designed to be the ultimate premium towels for cleaning and polishing glass. The special waffle wave pattern not only significantly increases the useable microfibre surface area, helping to increase the absorption, making them ideal for use with spray-on ‘wet’ products. But it also creates pockets between the weave which help to safely trap more grime, debris and polish residues, locking them deep within the cloth and, most importantly keeping them away from the surface. In this way our waffle cloths are ideal for safe grime removal using Crystal Glass Cleaner and for deep-cleaning and more intensive polishing tasks with Vision Glass Polish, making it quicker and easier to get a smear and streak-free finish every time you clean, deep-clean or restore your vehicle glass. For more information on all types of microfibre cloths, and what they’re best used for, see our full guide – Microfibre Car Cloths - Getting The Right Towel For The Job.
Can Vision Glass Polish be applied with a machine polisher?
Yes, a machine polisher, such as our MPX and DPX Dual Action Polishers, will take out some of the elbow grease when using any hand polishing product, and you’ll always get consistent, professional results. Unlike products that are for machine polishing only, any polish that’s designed to be applied by hand will contain fine abrasives that can be broken down relatively easily without a polisher (as opposed to heavy compounds that rely on the machine to fully work through), making them suitable for hand polishing. But, for minimal effort, and increased consistency over multiple windows, especially when performing multiple treatments, machine polishing with Vision Glass Polish is a great way to give tired glass a new lease of life. With this product we’d recommend using a soft, Revitalise No:3 Refining Pad or the equivalent red 3-inch Revitalise Spot Pad, a low speed setting, and slow passes.
Can this product remove fine scratches?
Vision Glass Polish will certainly remove fine scratches and - in a way - so will Crystal Glass Cleaner. Scratch removal requires an abrasive polish to ‘level down’ the surface to the bottom of the deepest defect, until that defect disappears. In the same way as correcting swirl marks and other blemishes in paintwork, these defects aren’t removed directly, the entire area around them is taken away until the defect vanishes. Crystal isn’t an abrasive product, so it will not level down any surface in this way, in fact, it’s specifically developed not to, making it safe for regular use on sensitive surfaces such as polycarbonate motorsport windows and tinting films. But, while Crystal doesn’t physically remove scratches through abrasion, it can fill light scratches, obscuring them to the eye, essentially removing them from your vision. For the physical removal of fine scratches though, and removing the most stubborn stains, we recommend using Vision Glass Polish which contains light abrasives specifically for this task.