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Last updated: 02 November 2018

We put glass and window cleaners to the test by checking how well they remove greasy dirt from a PVC sheet. We looked at how well they clean, as well as which offer the most 'squirts' in a bottle. We also tested them against a simple home recipe consisting of vinegar and bicarb soda.

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Thinking of getting into your spring cleaning, or just your weekly dust and wipe? Our test covers spray-and-wipe type glass and window cleaners to find you the best ones.

Our review tells you:

  • what to buy
  • what these products aren't suitable for
  • the number of sprays you'll get in a bottle
  • which products should stay on the supermarket shelf.

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