The Glass Cleaner has come a long way from the humble product that the company used to sell.
Now it is a household brand, and the company’s founder says it is about to change that.
The company started as a tiny company in San Francisco in 2003, but has since grown into a multibillion-dollar industry.
It sells a wide range of cleaning products, including cleaners, water, detergents, antiseptic and anti-fungal wipes.
The products range from $39.99 for a 1,000-ml bottle to $1,500 for an 800-ml container.
Glass cleaner companies, including Home Depot and Walmart, are expanding nationwide, and they have also made an effort to appeal to younger consumers.
In the past year, they have introduced the Glass Cleaning Buddy, a handheld device that offers more than 50 different cleaning products for under $15, and an iPhone app that offers cleaning recommendations from the comfort of your home.
And with the advent of mobile technology, the products are more affordable.
For example, Home Depot’s new Glass Cleanner is $39, a fraction of the $200 that Home Depot charges for a similar product at Walgreens.