Invisible Glass Review – Performance Meets Value

Invisible Glass scores 88 out 100 in our review

Product Introduction:

Invisible Glass is a premium glass cleaner. What is premium about an automotive glass cleaner? Let’s find out!

Disclosure: We bought this product with our own money.

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Offering (8/10, 80%)

Invisible Glass comes in plain package. It’s not very eye catching, and the white nozzle seems out of place when it’s not part of their logo. Maybe they didn’t have yellow or black in stock. Turquoise would really pop on the shelf. We bought our bottle for $8.99 which is on par with most of the competition. Our bottle was a decent size. It contained 680mL (23oz) of product. This gives it a value ratio of 75.6mL/$ (2.56oz/$) which is good. Invisible Glass does not claim this product does anything other than clean glass.  

This product is alcohol-based an ammonia free. It had a subtle alcohol smell associated with it, but it was ok to use and didn’t leave a lingering scent. We liked using this bottle because it the nozzle provided a very good spray pattern, and it was the only one that had a fine mist and a stream setting.

Technical (25/30, 83%)

Experimental Design

We used our Glass Cleaning test methodology (GA-D-GC-A1) which involved using a piece of glass that is cleaned with alcohol. In this case, the glass was at ambient temperature (9*C, 48*F). We divided it into 4 quadrants since we were comparing Invisible Glass against various other competitors. You can watch our full comparison video on YouTube.

We used fingerprints, motor oil, and jam (to mimic tree sap and berries) because we believe that these might be common contaminants on your windows. To test, we would spray once on the glass and contaminants, wait 30 seconds, and the wipe off with a blue shop towel. As necessary, we would repeat until clean and we also would buff with a microfiber at the end.


Fingerprints: Invisible Glass worked like a charm. All the fingerprints were removed with one spray.

Motor oil: While this is a torture test, this product struggled. The first spray and wipe left some oil and haze on the glass. The second spray and wipe left the glass almost clear, there was tiny bit of residue left over.

Jam: The first spray removed the all the stickiness from the surface of the glass. It was relatively easy to collect it all. There was a significant amount of haze on the glass. The second spray removed everything leaving a perfect finish.

Overall, the Invisible Glass did well in the lab test.

Real World Testing (46/50, 92%)

Our experience using the product

For the real-world test, we used Invisible Glass on the panoramic glass roof our Mercedes SL600. There was quite a lot of dust on it from sitting in the garage over the winter. The roof’s glass was at 9*C (48*F).


The product performed very well. We used one spray on the panel. Using a microfibre cloth, we wiped the surface removing all of the dust in one go. It left a very clean finish on the roof. The product was extremely easy to use and the spray nozzle was very good to use, providing a controllable experience with the adjustable nozzle.

While the product did not explicitly state that it helps to bead water, we were hoping that film was provide some water beading, but it did not.

Overall, Invisible Glass performed very well.

Performance vs. Claims (6/10, 60%)

Product Claim 1

Removes fingerprints, tree sap, and road film.


This product worked well to remove general dirt from the glass very well. It struggled more than expected with our jam test, but performed well overall.

Product Claim 2

Won’t streak, evaporates quickly, and doesn’t contain soap.


This product sometimes left streaks, but only in the most demanding circumstances. This product often performed the best in our tests when it came to cleaning surfaces and evaporating in our low-temperature test environments.  


In conclusion, we believe that Invisible Glass is a quality product that cleans glass very well. It consistently provides a solid result, even in demanding circumstances. The product was not very expensive and came in a decent sized value. Combining its performance and its value resulted in our full recommendation. 

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