Window cleaners consist primarily of water and a solvent concentration typically in the range of 4% to 12%. Window cleaning products, usually sprays, are designed not to leave smears or streaks on windows caused by traces of dirt or residues of non-volatile chemicals in the formulation. The use of Dow Oxygenated Solvents in window cleaning formulations reduces the quantity of solvent used without compromising cleaning performance.

Window and multi-purpose cleaners are also formulated as sprays. Since they are used on glass as well as other surfaces, their formulations are a compromise between window cleaners and kitchen cleaners. Multi-purpose cleaners used also on glass contain a higher solvent content and a slight increase in surfactant concentration than do window cleaners. These formulation differences improve their ability to remove grease without causing undue smearing when used on glass.

pdf icon Concentrated Window, or Window and Multi-Purpose Cleaners—Glycol Ethers (8 KB PDF)
pdf icon Glass Cleaner (10 KB PDF)
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pdf icon Butyl CELLOSOLVE** (31 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL* DPM – English (62 KB PDF)
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pdf icon DOWANOL PM – English (30 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PM – Deutsch (33 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PnB – English (30 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PnB – Deutsch (494 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PnP (31 KB PDF)
pdf icon Isopropanol (93 KB PDF)
pdf icon Low Odor Glycol Ethers
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