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Invisible Glass Cleaner Review

Invisible Glass is one of the top-rated glass cleaners on the market. With a tagline like “cleans glass so well you’ll think it’s invisible,” we wanted to see if it lived up to the hype.

Invisible Glass Cleaner Review

We tested this cleaner as well as other popular products and rated them on their effectiveness and ease of use. Find out more in our Invisible Glass Cleaner review.

Invisible Glass Cleaner Overview

  • Results: 10/10
  • Scent: Smells a little like rubbing alcohol
  • Ease of use: Easy
  • Where to buy: Amazon

Invisible Glass is safe for clear and tinted windows, mirrors, glass cooktops, tables, and doors. It claims to remove dirt, grease, slobber, fingerprints, smoke haze, sap, bugs, permanent marker, and grime.

Directions: Spray on a thin coat and gently wipe from the glass. Use a lint-free detergent and fabric-softener-free cloth for a streak-free clean. Must dry with a lint-free cloth for a streak-free clean.

How We Tested Invisible Glass Cleaner

My go-to glass cleaner is a mix of vinegar and water, which works well. So I was excited but skeptical about giving store-bought cleaners another test. (I’ve tried many.)

I had one extra-dirty window in my kitchen to test this cleaner. It’s the window sill on which my cat sits and my kids smudge with fingerprints and dirt. Because I needed to compare how well glass cleaners work, I used Invisible Glass to clean half of the window.

With little effort, the glass looked crystal clear. 

I never thought I’d be impressed by a glass cleaner, but this one is hard to beat. I also used it on my daughter’s bathroom mirror, dotted with toothpaste and splashes of foundation, and it wiped right off.

Invisible Glass Cleaner dried clear and streak-free whether I dried it with a towel or let it air dry after cleaning.

Pros and Cons of Invisible Glass Cleaner

Invisible Glass Cleaner lives up to its tagline – it leaves glass so clean it looks invisible. (Or, almost.)


  • Invisible Glass cleans better than Windex
  • A little goes a long way
  • It doesn’t get soapy or leave streaks
  • Cleans stubborn mess (like toothpaste) with minimal scrubbing
  • You can use it on auto and home windows


  • Not the best smell – the scent isn’t horrible or chemical-laden, but it does have a slight rubbing alcohol smell.

Who This Cleaner is For

I test a lot of cleaners and was impressed by how well this one does. I recommend this product to anyone who wants crystal-clear windows and doesn’t like to spend much time wiping.

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