The Ultimate Glass Cleaner: Fish Foam Review and Giveaway

January 8, 2013

The windows above my kitchen sink are by far always the dirtiest in my home.  From water splatters to cooking messes, they are constantly yuck!

As a close runner up, our glass front door always has finger print marks concentrated mostly at about a 3′ level (I’m sure you know why, especially if you have kids- wink, wink).

A few weeks ago, I was pleasantly contacted by the folks at Fish Window Cleaning.  They wanted to know if I would be interested in trying out their glass cleaner.  At first thought, I wasn’t sure if it would be a good fit for the blog and if you’d all even be interested in reading about window cleaner. {O, but wait!}.  In the end, I said, why not, let’s give it a try.  And I am sure glad I did.

Fish Foam Window Cleaning

I waited until all the Christmas decor was packed away until giving this soon-to-be-found-out window magic a try. There was a good and bad result. 

Best Glass Cleaner EVER: Fish Foam Window Cleaning - no blue rundown or streaks!

The bad? Close up my windows were really bad.  Actually much worse than I thought.

The good? They’re not anymore.  The Fish foaming window cleaner was awesome and in no time my windows were clean again (I honestly don’t think I’ve ever given them such a thorough cleaning before – shame on me).  When trying out the product, I had only enough time alotted to test it on 1 or 2 windows, but after getting started, I couldn’t stop.  The difference was amazing.

Now I will say, the windows aren’t completely clean because I wasn’t able to do the outside.  Once Spring comes, it’s on my to-do list for sure! I want to achieve the feeling that there’s no barrier from inside to out.

This is how easy it was to use…

Best Glass Cleaner EVER: Fish Foam Window Cleaning - no blue rundown or streaks! No wonder I couldn’t stop at one window.

Here’s how and why Fish window cleaner works so well…

1. No drips.  One of the main reasons I don’t like regular glass cleaner is the blue watery rundown you get.  You have to clean the glass super fast and the result is always streaky.  Thankfully with the foam invention, that’s eliminated.

2. It’s ammonia-free and alcohol based.  Upon doing alittle research about the product, I learned that the window cleaners that are blue colored are wax based which is why the streaks result. Since Fish is alcohol based, no streaks are left once the glass is cleaned.

Best Glass Cleaner EVER: Fish Foam Window Cleaning - no blue rundown or streaks!

The other neat part about Fish Window Cleaning is they have many locations around the country where they offer interior and exterior window cleaning services (plus more) so you don’t have to do it yourself.  And if there isn’t a location by you (like in my situation), the foam cleaner is the perfect solution.

A few Blogger friends of mine have loved Fish foam as much as I…  Check out what Shelley, Mandi, and Susan thought.

You know you want to try it – Now’s the chance! 

Order the product by clicking {here} and/or enter to WIN a Fish Foam 3-pack.

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Good Luck!

Disclosure: I  was provided with complimentary product from Fish Window Cleaning and was compensated for my time to prepare this post.  I used the product in my home the way I wanted and wrote what I wanted.  I genuinely think this is a great product and I hope you will too.   All opinions are 100% mine!


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Comments

  1. Where would I use it? We just bought our first house and went from having six windows total in our apartment to having 26 windows in the house…so I have a ton of windows to wash! Plus the glass sliding door and glass windows in the three other doors in the house! It would be used constantly here! Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. We have a large glass back door that is constantly dirty thanks to dogs and kiddies, I would use it there. Also around the house too on our glass entertainment stand and mirrors!
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  3. I really, really need this!

  4. front windows! they’re full of fingerprints from the kids & in major need of cleaning!
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  5. Slider! Outside has fingerprints AND doggie nose & paw prints all over it. Inside is the horror of fingerprints and food splatters (the slider is in my dining room). Nevermind the window above the kitchen sink! Now that my boys are old/tall enough to either reach the sink or drag over a chair to reach the sink, the window is just ugly-splattered.

    I’ve been reading so many good things about Fish Foam, and I’d love to try it!
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  6. The car windows!

  7. Sleepyheadedmom says:

    I would probably try it on the windows in the house first. Between a kid and a dog they can get grimy fast.

  8. Kelly @ The Painter Chicks says:

    Realizing that Windex makes me cough now. I am excited to try an ammonia free window cleaner that really works. Every window in my house needs this! :(
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  9. Colleen Reck says:

    I read about Fish Foam on House of Smiths but forgot about it. I think it’s just what I need to make my windows sparkle!

  10. Juliette Mariano-Carlson says:

    I would use it first on my front living room windows.

  11. the windows in my house and my car, it is in bad need of a make over!
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  12. Jean Reeves says:

    Lookin good! I’d give it a try on my car windows as well as my back door…yep! Hope you all have a very blessed day

  13. Emily Kephart says:

    I would use it on my windows first. We live in Washington State and my windows are forever dirty from the rain. I would also like to try it on my shower doors.

  14. Definitely on my windows….I haven’t cleaned them since we bought our house!

  15. I’d first use it on the car windows. Those pesky kids sure know how to muck up those windows!

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