In addition to making it difficult to view while driving, a frosted car window will also interfere with the appearance of the car. There are many factors that can make windshields become cloudy, but the most common are dust, bird droppings, and mildew. For that, let’s look at 4 ways to Clean Car Glass
Clean Car Glass using Cleaning Materials
After wetting the windshield with water, pour or spray the glass cleaning solution and then polish with a microfiber cloth. In addition to special cleaning fluids on the market, you can also use toothpaste, tobacco water, or kitchen vinegar to clean car windows, especially to remove mold spots.
Avoid Direct Sun
Avoid washing the windshield right in the hot sun. The heat of the sun can make the cleaning liquid leave water and soap stains that are difficult to clean.
Rinse and Clean
Next, rinse the remaining soap or other cleaning agents with water thoroughly until clean.
Finally, wipe and dry the clean glass using chamois. Do not let the windshield dry by itself, because the water spots can later become stains on the glass again.
To clean the inside of the glass, just use plain water and polish with a microfiber cloth. If the stain is quite stubborn, clean with warm water and then wipe again with plans chamois and dry. Avoid using glass cleaner when using window film, this is done to prevent damage to the glass layer.
The key to cleaning and clearing car windows is to clean them regularly. Do it once a week or once every two weeks. If the glass is too dirty, you will have difficulty cleaning it even though you have used a cleaning solution.
Not to forget, be a smart consumer. Always read the rules for using the glass cleaner of your choice and also pay attention to the type of glass that your car uses. The use of cleaning fluid that is not in accordance with the rules of any type of glass can damage the car glass and even make it more opaque.