Neat Glass Now Available at CD Windows

California Deluxe Windows Is proud to introduce a new product line into their already vast inventory of window solutions.

Neat glass offers the latest in window technology. Manufactured by Cardinal Glass, a leader in the industry, Neat window glass is naturally clean, and keeps the exterior of your windows spotless.  

What's more, Neat glass makes cleaning home windows a breeze. You may be asking yourself how this is possible. It is made possible through a special coating on the glass that allows the sun to do all the work. The sun's ultraviolet rays activate Neat's unique coating properties, which then enable the glass to sheet water during rainstorms, effectively cleaning these deluxe windows for you.


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600450 Neat Glass Now Available at CD Windows
Date: 1 February 2013

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