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  • Titan Labs Glass Gleam 3 Window Cleaning Soap


Titan Labs

Titan Labs Glass Gleam 3 Window Cleaning Soap

Quick Overview

  • Titan Glass Gleam 3 aka GG3 makes squeegees glide by reducing drag
  • Stays wetter longer and has a pleasant fragrance
  • Leaves no haze, even on polymer treated surfaces
  • High visibility orange color
  • No phosphates, ammonia, or hazardous chemicals

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Item #: 84-51M

$21.05 - $324.40

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Glass Gleam-3 aka GG3 uses a state-of-the art formulation, designed specifically for the professional window cleaner. It outperforms any other cleaner available. Tests with leading window cleaning companies and a survey of window cleaners who switched to GG3, show conclusively that Glass Gleam 3 is the product window cleaners need and have been looking for.

And because GG3 is super-concentrated, you don't pay for the water you can add on the job. This saves shipping cost, storage cost, packaging cost and greatly reduces crew restocking time.

Mix rate  

Use only 1/10th of an ounce per gallon of water.

Windows will sparkle and shine, and stay cleaner longer.

Glass Gleam 3 is a super concentrate and one gallon will make 1,280 gallons of cleaning solution.

Benefits Window Cleaners have been wishing for:
Liquid Glass Gleam 3 is fast and convenient to use.
Superior wetting and rinsing. Oftentimes great results from just hosing off and air drying without a squeegee.
Superb wetting, with almost no bleeding (also called running, crying, weeping or spreading). Greatly reduces wipe-up.
Environmentally friendly. Super-concentrated bottle means less packaging waste.
Instantly mixes with water. Faster than powders or pills. Much better than ammonia, vinegar, dishwashing soaps or TSP.
Contains no phosphates, ammonia, or hazardous chemicals.
Biodegradable. USDA Approved.
Won't settle out, evaporate or cake up.
Pleasant fragrance

Glass Gleam-Glide™ Recommendation to Titan Labs

You guys are the best! I called to say that I wanted to use your Glass Gleam-4™, but my guys didn’t think it had enough slip. You suggested they were adding Dawn Dish Soap, and you were right!
We switched that for your Glass Gleam-Glide™ and now everybody’s happy! Thanks!!

Aaron G.
Business Owner, Seattle, WA
Glass Gleam-Glide™

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