Shiny and Sleek
Remove stubborn hard water stains from the auto glass. (Photo Credits)
Hard water spots can make another wise clean and shiny car look not as sleek as it should be. There however are ways to prevent hard water spots from gracing a car’s windows and windscreen. At the same time, there are also quick ways to remove it. AutoGlass Safety Council
The website HowToCleanStuff gave practical and easy-to-follow tips in removing hard water spots in the windshield.
“Spray a cloth with your chosen cleaner. It is important to spray the cloth rather than the window to avoid excess cleaner getting on other surfaces besides the window. (For example, if using the white vinegar and water mix that can remove any wax on the car.) Wipe the window with the damp cloth. Rub in small, circular motions until the water spots are removed. It may help to let the cleaner soak on the surface for a few minutes.”
Read the full step-by-step instructions here.
Removing from glass surfaces
Hard water spots can also be annoying to look at in side mirrors. It still Runs came up with suggestions on how to eradicate these unsightly spots. Windshield Wiki
“Fill a clean, empty spray bottle with a solution of 1 part water and 2 parts vinegar. If the spots are severe, use undiluted vinegar. Spray the vinegar onto the hard water spots. Let it sit for five minutes. Scrub the windows and mirrors with wet paper towels to remove the vinegar and the water spots. Dry thoroughly with clean paper towels or a soft rag.”
Check out the rest of the instructions here.
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The Frugal Girls also gave pieces of advice on how to remove hard water stains in the windshield. The solution that they offer did not involve any chemical cleaner, or those that are packaged and meant for hard water stains.
“Fill spray bottle 25% with Apple Cider Vinegar. Fill remainder of the spray bottle with water. Clean windows thoroughly with the mixture, wiping away all excess spray. Repeat process as necessary.”
Take a look at the whole step-by-step procedure here.
Hard water spots may be unsightly, but the great thing about it is that it can be easily removed and that there are ways to prevent it.