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Outdoor cleaning is a breeze with the Fuller Brush® Full Crystal™ System. It quickly cleans windows, cars, RVs, boats, patio furniture, siding and more! Simply put the Full Crystal cleaning powder into the specially-designed spray bottle, add water, and attach your garden hose. The powerful, built-in pressure sprayer reaches up to 27-feet away so you can easily clean high windows without using a ladder. Simply spray and rinse.See More Product Details
Does it leave water spots on windows
This product guarantees streak-free results.
clean concrete patio decks
This product is specially formulated for glass cleaning. For patio decks, please use Full Crystal Exterior Cleaner. We will be back in stock very soon!
Is the bottle reusable?
Absolutely! We will be in stock on the Full Crystal refills soon!
Is it harmful to animals
We recommend you keep pets away from the solution while cleaning and rinse your windows thoroughly.
Can this be used safely on motorhome Windows without damaging paint
All ingredients are natural, so yes! It is also great for cars, boats, patio furniture and more.
Do you get the sprayer, the bottle and the crystals in this offer?
Do you have to dry the windows?
You can just let the windows air dry normally.
how much for shipping
Shipping is calculated depending on the dollar amount of your order. It starts at $4.95 and up.
Can this product work with plexiglass?
does the spray bottle come with the crystals
Yes the bottle comes with the kit.
Loved the cleaning crystals for window washing. It was conveniently quick to use and got my old house windows very clean with very little effort. I would have given a 5 star rating; but, I found a few streaks left on the Windows after they dried. Don't know if I did not rinse thoroughly - will rinse a little longer next time.
Simply didn’t work. Cannot recommend
Works great and cleans everything well.
Only did 7 windows! Not impressed at all.
The filled container was too hard to screw onto the hose without spilling and putting a finger over the hole was a crummy way of switching from solution to plain water. Not satisfied.