Many people attempt to use water to clean their windshields. Water may clean some areas, although it is not enough of a solvent to clean more problem areas. Instead of water, find a cleaning agent that is strong and safe enough to use.
When it comes to what you will use to clean your auto glass, try to use something a little more effective than a paper towel or old rag. A microfiber towel is very effective as it will also remove any contaminants on your windows.
It also may seem like a good idea to clean your windows on a sunny day underneath bright rays of sunlight. However, that is not a good idea being as though the sun can induce your cleaning agent to evaporate too quickly. The end result is a residue left on the windows.
Many people prefer wiping the windows from top to bottom and then from side to side to avoid any streaking. To ensure the utmost safety, it is recommended that the car windshield receives more attention than any other window on the vehicle. The windshield serves as the driver’s main line of sight and should therefore always be kept smudge free. Be sure to inspect the windshield closely for damage and contact a mobile auto glass company to make repairs.
A helpful tip when cleaning the other windows in your vehicle is to roll them down halfway. This will enable you to thoroughly clean the top parts and edges of the auto glass. Also keep in mind that cleaning the inside of your automotive glass is just as important as cleaning the outside.
Detailing a vehicle is a common practice and when doing this, be sure to clean your windows last. The reason for this is to avoid sullying the windshield with any contaminants that may be picked up during the detailing process.
And if any of your windows are tinted, be sure to stay away from cleaning agents that contain ammonia. Most brands of common glass cleaners used inside the home contain ammonia.
Keeping auto glass clean is the job of vehicle owners, but when something happens to your auto glass, contact the specialists at Wilson and Tucker Auto Glass. With three generations of experience, Wilson and Tucker can take care of all your needs when it comes to car window replacement and automotive glass repair.