Keeping it clean is easier
Keep it shiny. Keep it Spic-and-Span. (Photo Credits)
For other car owners, keeping a car’s windshield and car window clean is better than cleaning whenever it has become dusty or unclear.
There apparently are many ways to ensure that your vehicles autoglass remains spic and span. The website safelite shared some tips.
“One other important part of keeping your windshield clean is your windshield wipers. Make sure that you’re checking them regularly to ensure they are still performing at their best and don’t have cracked, torn or contaminated rubber. You should also be replacing them every six months to 6,000 miles. In addition to checking your windshield wipers, you should be cleaning them as well. It’s easy to do, just use a non-abrasive glass cleaner or windshield washer solvent and give them a quick wipe with a soft towel or cotton swab. Your manufacturer may recommend a specific solution, be sure to check your owner’s manual.”
AutoGlass Safety Council Read the rest of the tips here.
Keep it clean
This New Yorker featured over at News12 Brooklyn has invented a device to maintain the cleanliness of his car’s windshield. “Bed-Stuy resident Edwin Phillip says it’s frustrating to drive through a car wash only to have the clean feeling wiped away by water marks. Phillip was so annoyed by the situation that he decided to create a side window wiper, which he called the ViperSwiper”
Read the rest of the article here.
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Viral Nova meantime shared a cleaning hack for windshields and car windows.
“Driving around in rainy, gross weather is bad enough, but if your windshield hasn’t been given a good cleaning in a while it can also be seriously dangerous. This super-simple cleaning hack will keep you and your passengers safe and worry-free with a totally spotless window. His secret tool? Super-fine steel wool. It might sound a little strange to use something so abrasive on your windshield, but trust us…it will make a huge difference.”
Watch the video here.
So how do you keep your windshield clean?