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Gunk Glass Cleaner: Streak Free and Industrial Strength

Summer adventure calls for an industrial strength cleaner and PSC has you covered.

Driving through scenic landscapes with kids and pets in the backseat can leave you with a mess. Road grime on your windshield, dirt on the headlights, and windows covered in fingerprints. Not to mention the unpleasant sight of deceased insects on the front of your car–nobody wants to look at that.

Luckily, Petroleum Service Company has exactly what you need: Gunk Glass Cleaner.

Gunk Glass Cleaner is an all-purpose solution for any cleaning that may need to be done after summer activity. Its high-performance ingredients and foaming action make removing road grime and bugs simple. It can also clean headlights and taillights. The ammonia formula prevents any film or residue from being left behind on the surface you’re cleaning.

The cleaner is also great for surfaces other than on or in your automobile. Use Gunk around the house on mirrors, appliances, ceramic tile, chrome, stainless steel, and aluminum. This product makes it easy to remove dirt and heavy stains.

With Gunk Glass Cleaner, you’ll wipe the surface less while cleaning more because of its ammonia formula. Windows in the home can be cleaned with the solution. Just beware of windowsills and any other varnished surface, as these areas could be damaged by the spray.

Uses and Storage

Gunk Glass Cleaner is easy to use and comes in a 19 oz. aerosol spray can.

To use this industrial strength glass cleaner, hold the can upright at 6 to 10 inches from the target surface. After spraying, let it sit for a few seconds. Wipe away the spray with a paper towel, a lint-free cloth, or sponge.

Store Gunk Glass Cleaner in a well-ventilated area. Do not expose the product to temperatures exceeding 120°F or to an open flame. Also, be sure to never puncture the can.

For more information on Gunk Glass Cleaner and any other products, visit Petroleum Service Company!

Kendra Kuhar

Kendra is a content writer with a BA in English from Wilkes University. Technology has always fascinated her, especially when its brought into a well-established field like petroleum and oil. Kendra enjoys learning about the innovation and progressive changes in today’s industry whenever she can.