3M Ready-To-Use Glass Cleaner With Scotchgard, Apple Scent, 32Oz Spray Bottle - MMM85788 - TotalRestroom.com
3M Ready-To-Use Glass Cleaner With Scotchgard, Apple Scent, 32Oz Spray Bottle - MMM85788 - TotalRestroom.com

3M Ready-To-Use Glass Cleaner With Scotchgard, Apple Scent, 32Oz Spray Bottle - MMM85788

$9.60
$5.95
  • Not only cleans, but also makes glass easier to clean over time.
  • Works like a heavy-duty glass cleaner without the high levels of solvent or ammonia.
  • Cleans and protects glass and other silica-based surfaces like uncoated granite, ceramic and porcelain.
  • Repeated usage creates a layer of Scotchgard protection, making glass easier to clean over time.
  • Fast-drying and streak-free.
  • Also cleans but may not protect other surfaces such as stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, plastic, acrylic glass, and more.
  • Keeps glass looking clean longer.
  • Ready to use.

Leaves an invisible layer of protection on glass and uncoated granite, ceramic and porcelain, making these surfaces easier to clean after routine use. Scotchgard Protection also helps reduce fogging on windows and mirrors with repeated use, leaving glass with an attractive shine. Also cleans (but may not protect) other hard surfaces like stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, ceramic, plastic, acrylic plastic, desks, walls and other common nonporous surfaces. This versatile cleaner removes dirt, greases and oils from hard washable surfaces. Not for use on direct food contact surfaces, vehicles, inside aquariums, eyewear or porous surfaces. Formula has less than 0.1% VOC. US patent pending. Application: Glass Cleaner; Applicable Material: Windows; Mirrors; Stainless Steel; Chrome; Silica-based Surfaces; Uncoated Granite; Ceramic; Porcelain; Chemical Compound: Non-ionic Surfactants (NJTSRN 04499600-6633); Isopropyl Alcohol; Ethoxylated C9-11 Alcohols; Dirt Types: Dirt; Fingerprints; Grease; Ink; Lipstick; Marker; Oil.

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